Sunday, June 08, 2008

Face the music

I think this is the first image I posted of my face Photoshopped on something other than my own body. It was April of 2005.

I've been slowly restoring all of my archived blog posts. I had to move the images off from my Internet provider's server because they were threatening to charge me for the excess storage. Blogger provides an amazing amount of free space. But the downside was I had to manually repost all of the images. I just finished through 2006 and now am working on 2005.

I've posted way too many images.

But it has been fun going through old posts. It is a way to mark the milestones of my life. Blogging is my memory. The older I get, the more important that is. Some day my children will be able to read them and find out more about their father than I ever knew about mine. I think that is a good thing. I would have loved to know my father better.

I'm not sure how they'll take my face Photoshopped on Queen Victoria's body. But I suppose they'll be used to my sense of humor by the time I let them read my blog.

3 comments:

Snapdragon said...

That's a nice way of looking at things - I'm sure your kids will grow to adore you and your quirky sense of humor - I'm not a blogger - just an old friend so I thought I'd drop by - wonderful news that you are a parent - how exciting for you - enjoy your time with them and take nothing for granted - they will grow and go before your very eyes - Take care - Patty (formerly Savelle)

Tim ID said...

Thanks Patty! Yes, I'm a daddy. Enya-Maria is 19 months. And our son Roan is due around August 15. It is exciting. And EM has grown so fast it takes our breath away. You can see photos of her on my daddy blog (the link is in my links list --Father Tim-E.

Good to hear from you. Hope all is well. Take care.

Gypsy said...

Oooh you've answered my question here that I just asked on your Daddy blog and you've even got a name picked out!

Back to this post, that was a sterling first time effort of photo shopping but seeing that churning sea gives me chills.