My first foray into the world of Mexican “get-togethers” was a family reunion for Becky’s mother’s side. We were still dating but her family was starting to accept that I wasn’t going anywhere. That, or they had secretly paid one of their ex-gang member relatives to take me out while Becky was at college.
I hate exercise.
I understand the health benefits and I am all for doing my part to boost the possibility of living a nice, long life, but I am not going to be happy about it. I guess this is why I have always been drawn to sports. At least there is some level of competition masking the exercise instead of just physical exertion for the sake of it.
I know what you’re thinking.
C’mon, dude! I have been showering for years, no, decades now. You think you are going to offer some sort of magic advice that will change the way I take a shower?
In fact, I thought I made it pretty clear in the image above that these five points weren’t going to change a single thing. But, be honest…you didn’t read the fine print up there, did you? It’s ok. You can admit it. I’ll overlook it this time, but if it happens again, don’t come back posting threats of suing me for mental and emotional damage due to your unfulfilled expectations.
With that said, let’s get to it.
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When my mother got remarried, she asked if I would be the photographer. Actually, she asked if my wife, a very gifted photographer, would take the pictures, but that didn’t work out.
So, I took my wife’s camera and did the best I could to get some nice, memorable shots for my mom and her new husband.
What you don’t find out about wedding photography, especially the group pics portion of the shoot, is that it is extremely difficult to get a good shot of multiple people all at once…especially when children are involved.
Let me begin this post by saying that I haven’t actually seen this movie, but based on what I have heard, it details the incredibly stressful lives of military bomb squads that search for explosives in combat zones and attempt to disarm or safely detonate the devices. That said, I think my daughter would make a great training tool for these soldiers.