Saturday, March 27, 2010

Oooh! Oooh! She posted!

Okay, I didn't expect it to be this long between posts, but there you have it. Facebook is really well suited to my online needs right now; I get to remark on the minutiae of my day and the issues of the day at will, and also keep up with many of my friends' goings on. And the commenting is much more interactive, and more of my friends are on there than ever read here.

That said, this is not an abandoned blog. I do expect to post here from time to time, especially when there are photos, because they're more accessible here than on Facebook. Well, kind of. Facebook is way better at providing access to all the photos, but the blog is available to anyone, even if they're not a Facebook friend.


What I came here to post was, my sister is in town and we discovered Ze Frank's Young Me / Now Me site, and we got Dad to scan some family scrapbooks, and here's ours:

Us in 1978

Us in 2010

Think he'll pick us for the book??


Steve March 28, 2010 8:36 AM  

if he does not pick you for the book there is no justice! NONE!!11!!!!

And is that a comic book you and sis are reading in the first photo?

Gabriella Kadar March 28, 2010 6:43 PM  

Awesome! Notice how you both would appreciate a little assistance with reading glasses? The arms are straighter in the 2010 photograph.

It's getting to be 'my arms are not long enough to read this'......L:O:L I can't read the small lettering on many things reading glasses, bright lights be damned. I have to use a magnifying glass! It's a conspiracy or stupidity. Who spends the money?

My reading glasses drive me nuts. They go up and down more frequenstly than a whore's drawers.

...considering the Facebook option... kicking and screaming.


juliloquy March 28, 2010 8:47 PM  

This? Is awesome. The only thing better would have been if Lisa tried for the same hairdo.

The Cunning Runt March 28, 2010 9:29 PM  

What a remarkable pair of photographs - 32 years later, and you haven't changed a bit!


Jennifer March 31, 2010 4:31 PM  

Actually, the placement of the magazine had more to do with trying to get grown-up bodies arranged into a semblance of little-kid positions than it did with actually reading the thing. I ended up focusing on the very bottom edge of the page, because that was the angle that seemed to best approximate the original.

As for the hairdo, it was discussed & dismissed forthwith :)

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