Scribbly Notes and Senior Pictures

Abby works on photographing Gage and Tyler, her niece's son and stepson, in Ryan yesterday.
Abby works on photographing Gage and Tyler, her niece’s son and stepson, in Ryan yesterday.

Abby and I went to her hometown, Ryan, Oklahoma, yesterday, to make senior portraits of her niece Amber’s son and stepson. It was a productive session, and it was really nice to see Abby with a camera in her hand again.

On the way, we dropped the Kokopelli (our RV) off in Duncan. The Shoffner family reunion is next weekend, and while I can’t attend until Sunday, Abby will stay in the RV Friday and Saturday nights.

We found this combine parked at Abby's stepmother's house, and used it as a prop.
We found this combine parked at Abby’s stepmother’s house, and used it as a prop.
This is a selfie of me driving our RV to Duncan yesterday.
This is a selfie of me driving our RV to Duncan yesterday.

Here are some notes I scribbled along the way. More on these as I cogitate:

  • The things I said and did to “impress” her. Charlie Brown quotes. Telling her I washed my hair twice a day.
  • $.25 junk box story
  • Shooting .22s at Boy Scouts.
  • Stereo for birthday c. 1976.

Joke my sister posted on Facebook last month: What do the Flying Wallendas and the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders have in common? The Wallendas have a cunning array of stunts.

Dream: a coworker, Christy, is in a panic when she needs to bring a dozen newspapers from a warehouse to the office. When I ask her why she is so upset, she explains that she didn’t make the cheerleading team.

After one pass at editing the senior portraits we shot yesterday, I feel we both shot well, despite working in the middle of the day. Here are our subjects, Gage and Tyler.
After one pass at editing the senior portraits we shot yesterday, I feel we both shot well, despite working in the middle of the day. Here are our subjects, Gage and Tyler.
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