Can't argue with success, eh?
Wednesday, September 13, 2017
Monday, September 04, 2017
Thursday, August 31, 2017
This was the first look I got of my future bride. Of course, I was hooked.
So we got engaged.
Then we got married. Damn, we are a good looking couple.
Before we left on our honeymoon, our new family went to the races.
Then this happened.
And we posed for photos even though we were exhausted parents of a newborn.
And we got over being exhausted and we were good looking again.
Then the younger half turned 30 and fabulous.
And we went out now and then and were continuously fabulous.
We were photobombed by young kids and their butts, but we were unfazed.
Tanned and beautiful, we ate at Mexican places and posed for more photos.
We rode to work together, too.
We took rowdy kids to Six Flags.
And, we rode bikes together again.
Still good looking and fabulous.
We took kids on the train to see Thomas in the sweltering summer heat.
We did trade shows in Vegas.
Her 'come hither' look still looks like this.
We make a darn good family photos.
Look at those smiles.
We can be matchy-matchy and still look fabulous.
We even look good after after a few drinks.
We go to carnivals and we smile big. It's what we do.
The selfies are getting better and so are we.
A legendary family portrait taken by Flannery Allison.
Proud moment with our oldest at her first Homecoming.
Sunday, August 27, 2017
Friday, August 25, 2017
So we have Eli. He's in 6th grade now, middle school. Time flies when you're having fun, they say. And if you look closely, you can see Rex in the familiar dog's position, where many dogs have been before.
Monday, August 21, 2017
What are these people looking at?
Everyone has an eclipse story. It's true. It was a big event, and most people have much, much better photos of the big event than I have. But don't write this off just yet. One big part of our story is the complete abandonment of business during this time. Not one phone call in the hour proceeding totality. Not one customer in that hour. In fact, not one customer or call in the hour afterward, either. Looking around the valley, there were store employees everywhere, standing outside, customerless, looking up at the sky with uncool glasses.
But who is complaining? This was a pretty big life event. Celestial events cannot be controlled, only observed. And boy, did we observe. Except for Cayden, the lonely looking guy standing in the back of this photo. He only observed when one of us loaned him our glasses. Oh yeah, and the photographer of this photo...he had no glasses, either. Yeah, we loaned him our glasses, too.
Sunday, August 20, 2017
We bailed on the sight seeing when the sun got hot and our stomachs growled for food. We'd like to do more of this and share it with you.