Because this weekend is going to be filled with funerals and a time of mourning.

Last night however, Allison and I spent the evening with our friends Steve and Erin. We brought over some great pizza and played the game Scene It. We played as individuals and the game took longer than when we play as couples. The game flies as couples, so we really get a full game playing as individuals. I hadn’t taken my Photo-A-Day yet and got out the camera. Steve got out his camera to make sure he got a photo of me taking the Photo-A-Day. Then I took a photo of him taking a photo of me.

We really had a great time visiting with Steve and Erin and the laughter and joy of their two beautiful children, Shaun and Katie. The laughter and good times we shared last night was exactly what we needed yesterday. We certainly are blessed to have such wonderful friends.

Also I would like to thank everyone who has sent condolences on for Great-Uncle Richard. The wake is tomorrow at Dyer-Lake Funeral Home and the funeral is on Monday. The obituary is out today and I am trying to grab it off the Sun Chronicle’s website, but it doesn’t seem to be cooperating. I’ll post once I can get it. Great-Uncle Richard had a great love of Photography that I share. From the obit “He enjoyed photography, preferring to take the pictures rather than being in the object within them.” Sounds alot like how I feel about pictures.

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