The Face Behind The Blog

Michael, who is a huge meme procrastinator tagged me with this very interesting meme called The face behind the blog.

“One picture is worth 10,000 words”.
– Chinese proverb

Putting a face to the name of someone you haven’t met helps recognition and adds a more personal feel to your conversations. I have always loved how Oso has all his links dressed with pictures of his “friends and enemies.” I hope I am counted as a friend, LOL.

Here’s the “rules.”

1. Post a short blog article that includes a photograph (or a series of photos) showing the face behind your blog. If you already show a photo somewhere on your site, then make your post more interesting by choosing a photo that’s not currently online.

2. Include links to other people who have displayed a photo.

I will put people here that have followed me to keep the chain going… so make sure to let me know so I can put your links here.

3. Link back to the original post.

4. Tag as many others as you like.

I will tag – Bea – Daniel – Barb – Kamylo – Mike.

So, here we go!

I will thumbnail the pictures here, but to see them on their full glory you have to be one of our friends in Flickr!

Us

This is Bea’s and I first NFL football game together. It was an awesome time full of Friends, Beers, Peanuts and just overall fun. This is my new favorite picture.

I'm Bad
This is a picture of me when I recently shaved all of my facial hair, I had been wearing a mustache and at time goatee for years. It was a nice change, it felt really good.

4 comments on “The Face Behind The Blog

  1. You’re certainly in the friends category. :) To tell you the truth, the original heading was just “friends” but it messed up the CSS so I had to make it longer. ‘Friends and enemies’ seemed like a good second place.

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