Kirsten co-choreographed the musical “Seussical,” (see how easily you switch into Seuss-speak!!). She also performed as one of the bird girls which is the shot below. The kids all did an awesome job, I think that the timing, choreography, acting, singing and dancing were the best I’ve seen in a student production. And better than […]
Monthly Archives: May 2011
Well, actually he is my “great uncle” or something. He was the brother of my grandmother. His name is Frank Kelsey. He worked for President Franklin D. Roosevelt in the White House during the war to FDR’s death. He was married to a wonderful woman, Marguerite. Aunt Marguerite told me that Uncle Frank had kept […]
Actually, this time it was the Elder Child who needed a “senior portrait” for one of the groups she is in this, her last year of high school. Sigh. Big sigh. Anyway, I said I’d do the senior portrait if she let me do some other stuff. My assistant, as usual, was Kelsey. She helped […]
The azaleas are blooming which is problematic for my allergies but I really like the bright colors. We have white, pink, and red–I wish they would last all year. Of course, there are lots of critters taking advantage of the blooms. Here a couple of them. Taken with a macro lens, 105mm, f/7.1, 1/2000.
Kyle had his first air rifle training last week. He had a great time. The instructor talked him through the rules, regulations, safety, etc., and then how to operate the rifle. He picked up the skillset quickly and was shooting mostly black on the first attempt. He could have stayed all night but I was […]