The Family (Or most of them)

The Family (Or most of them)
The Family

February 2, 2010

I don't this all by any means but this is me and a worker at the Canada Summer Games with lobster in the Atlantic coast province of New Brunswick.
This me some years ago at Wallace Lafe in Eastern Manitoba.
Donn, that goof, made up this pic

The above two pix are when I was teasing my sister Lori, who's sleeping right below me.
This is me trying to take a pic of me as I was trying to get a pic of them, etc. You get the picture, so to speak.

Both at the lake...
NOT at the lake...

The above two -- you got it -- sre at the lake.
Another stupid Donn rendition.
In Finland...
After my daughter Monica was born...
AFTER my daughter Monica was born. Note the grey hair.

Just another of my reincarnations.
This thing again, in green.
More recently...
This is Donn of me...
Donn, that goof, again.
Donn, who's still a gooof, yet again.
I think my bro Gerry took this pic at a family party.

Oh, THIS again!
At the Canadia National Diving Championships several years ago.
Yep, that's me! Above & below!


  1. Fantastic fotos!

    Mmmmm...lobster. Now that's a great assignment if you get to eat lobster!

    I'd luv to visit Finland some day! They'll probably do very well in hockey and the skiing events in the Vancouver Olympics.

  2. ErosWings:t was like eating fried mobster as I recall. Finland is full of spies with hats that are too big for them. I'd recommend Turkey or Greece!

    MJ: Ha is right!

  3. You were a hot young thing weren't you? LOVE those huge glasses.

  4. Anonymous11:32 p.m.

    I know you said you're ignoring me, so feel free not to answer this, but —

    Have you been to Turkey? I'm seriously considering moving overseas for a while (a year, two years) and a few months ago Turkey was recommended to me. I've been doing TONS of research, but always like more opinions — Do you recommend a single women (older, but NOT too old, lol) go there to work? I'm a little nervous about putting my journalism career on hold to live overseas, but it's so tempting to do so...

    Thanks for reading. Like I said, I don't expect an answer.

    Take care.


  5. Anon: As usual, I will not respond.


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