Friday, April 21, 2006

Photobooth Friday #4

A mind numbingly scintillating title, as always. So, I've been a bit of daze this week and have only been lurking 'round ya'll. Next week I shall dazzle you with fascinating Disneyland stories and (drumroll, please) an audioblog! Woohoo!

Today's photo is of people I know, who are actually alive today. This was taking during the halcyon days of 1986(87?). That's my 16 year old eye peering out from behind all that testosterone, in the second frame and my grimace in the third. I was the oldest of only 3 girl cousins to come out of my father's large family, so needless to say I was put up on a pedestal and treated like a princess by all those boys. Wow, I couldn't even type that sentence without emitting a very unladylike guffaw.

Go visit the original Photobooth Gal Friday: hulaseventy and check out new convert LeSophie
Have a fab weekend.


LeS said...

Hi! Great shots. My blog is new also and I'm in on the Friday photobooth goodness. Grew up in Southern California but am of the Northern variety these days.

Come on over and say hi if you get a minute...

Goodbye Mes Amis said...

No more lurking - you must comment - even if you just say - "hi I'm here - no time."
Are those your brothers?

Chief Scientist said...

I like lurkers. I get 200 hits a day and maybe 3 comments. So lurkers means a lot less work responding to people.

Teri M. said...

Heya Les, thanks for visiting - I'll be over to check you out!

Sorry Jes, I promise to comment. They are my rather handsome cousins. My mom married their uncle when I was 9, and on top of that I'm adopted, so I'm the dark, exotic looking one amongst all the blonds.

Mod - it has become one of my daily to do's to make your life easier. Let me know how I'm doing. :-)

Chief Scientist said...

Teri, you are doing just peachy. Not Knotts Berry Farm Super Peachy, but regular old peachy.

Which is pretty good, actually.

Teri M. said...

Mod, I am relieved. Personally, I prefer apricot.

andrea said...

so fab. 1986/87? please. that was so my heyday.

love this. so glad you posted it up!

Teri M. said...

Those were the days, my friend. We thought they'd never end... etc. Heehee!

Thanks :-)