Wednesday, September 06, 2006

Photo Request and some Fast Furniture!

In response to repeated requests:

"this is all very well and good, but will any of the pictures have you in them?"

"Hey Dave, I agree....get some pics with you in them!"

I've decided to poke my head out of my shell... for a spell. In addition you can also visit
A photo from yesteryear and

Turtle with Mom and Dad

I don't often get in front of the camera, so "action shots" are hard to come by around here. Besides... with a slow-moving Turtle, "action" isn't always considered high-paced and exciting!

But speaking of fast...

Innovative marketing on behalf of Intel... have you ever been pulled over by the cops while driving an 87 MPH sofa??

...much, much faster than my progress with Chaucer. Middle English... *sigh* a humbling experience.


Chrystal said...

I've seen some action shots....Turtle guy is holding out!! There is more to him then still shots :)

Janice said...

Nice pics of you turtle.

Expat Traveler said...

Nice photo...

Short winded but am laughing my #$% off.

Expat Traveler said...

sorry - not at the photo but the post!

Turtle Guy said...

C - Of which action shots do you speak? Are YOU holding out on ME??

J - Thanks, sweetie...

EP - Um... thanks for clarifying that!

Jamie Dawn said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog via Susie's blog.
I hope your blog friend, Mollie, returns to Blogland soon.
Looks like your fellow blog buddies got their wish.
Nice to see you. Say "Cheeeeese!"

Badoozie said...

thanks for posting a pic. i recognize that first request as mine. yuppers

so, that looks sort of like a mug shot. were you in some sort of trouble that day? running from the law perhaps? LOL just kidding

Turtle Guy said...

Jamie - Thanks so much for dropping in!

Susie - Mug shot, for sure! It's called U. of C. Prison! A prison, I might add, that I'm totally willing to chain myself to... at least for now.

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