Aaron Schmidt posted a few interesting (but perhaps not too photogenic) photos of me in Hawaii a couple of weeks ago at the Hawaii Library Association’s conference to his Flickr site. He caught me iChatting with my family! :-) I was actually making faces with my three year old in the following pic:

Tongue out!

I’m not sure exactly what I was saying / communicating at this moment…. :-)

iChat fun!

You never know when someone is going to be taking pictures and posting to Flickr!

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  • http://www.inspirationalguidance.com Diane Corriette

    I love your blog! Found it by accident (although I guess there are no accidents so everyone says nowadays!). The header is amazing (I am visual so always photos first for me). I love this post. Its a reminder of how easy it is for our young ones to get us to act like big kids ourself! We wouldn’t dare do it for anyone else thats for sure :0)

    Diane Corriette

  • http://theopenclassroom.blogspot.com Jo McLeay

    I love these pictures: the human side of Wes Fryer:) or Wes Fryer the dad.

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