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Jul 27, 2007

This Friday is for One Foto

This whole "Friday is for Photos" thing is intriguing. Unfortunately, I have a tremendous lack of creativity in that area.

I can't even spell "Phriday" the way you should to be hip and trendy.

For better photos, see Joe Thorn, who always has an incredible knack for getting the right shot.

But, I did find one that I wanted to share... and I have been saving it for a couple of weeks now.

So, for my first photo in "Occasionally Friday is for Photos if I Find a Really Good One," I attach this one:

I have a wonderful wife who has given me three wonderful daughters... I am blessed beyond measure. It is interesting how, with three daughters, my life tends to revolve around playhouses.

Good times.

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Posted:July 27, 2007 at 12:00 am

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