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 Responses to The Face Behind The Blog

  1. Hi Logtar,

    Thanks very much for continuing my meme. I’ll head back to mine and add you to the original list of participants.

    All the best.

  2. 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.

  3. I wouldn’t say procrastinator…more like letting the greatness slowly percolate.

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