Saturday, October 11, 2008

The Great Picture Hanging Adventure

And for everyone's amusement I stumbled upon this little gem:

Guess who.

And how about this baby pic of Mr F which left me inquiring "Ooh did you know you were a freak?" (look closely) :

Last but not least, this one's for you, Deb...
The classic and always classy hibaci shot (you know you've all got one... or wish you did):

sorry about the quality... we don't have a scanner anymore.


Missives From Suburbia said...

I need to see the hibachi restaurant shot.

Mary Poppins said...

knowing mr. f, i must say that i was always a bit perplexed by your description of him wearing overalls when you first met. it just didn't seem to fit with the current image i have of him. but now that i've seen that high school pic of him with those high-tops, it's all making more sense to me.

Mrs Furious said...

hahaha... even Mr F had a laugh at that one!

maybe I can post it.

Gigs said...

Okay, I'm not sure I'm seeing this right, but are Mr F's feet actually tied together by the foot brace in that baby photo? Is that how the foot brace works?

renee said...

I HAVE to know-what the heck are those on Mr. F's shoes?!?!

Mrs Furious said...

Gigs & Renee,
Yes it appears Mr F's feet are somehow bolted to a metal strip?! He of course doesn't remember the details although when I asked he did say "Yeah that sounds familiar".
We won't be asking his parents any time soon... so... the mystery remains ;)

Elizabeth said...

I've realized, I don't think I've EVER met your 'other' siblings.

Of course I suppose they're not related to me at all, but it seems strange now.

Mrs Furious said...

They were at my wedding... but were quite young then. They're great.

Deb said...

Oh, MY. Mr. F. I understand Mr. F's love for all things aesthetically-pleasing now. Oh, my.

You and your sibs are adorable, Mrs. F. Love the hibachi shot!

Oh, and if you need a good rant about husbands, come on over and comment on my blog today.

Anonymous said...

Oh, Mr. F--I have felt your pain, LOL!

I also had to wear those freaky shoes--they were to correct my feet, which turned "in" when I walked! Then, a dr. wanted to do some crazy surgery on my legs and "straighten" my bones--thank God, my parents were aware the he was a quack!

My mom put me in dance class--after learning ballet positions and pointing my toes, my feet straightened out just fine! ;)

Anonymous said...

I just watched the video--wow, you look like your mom and baby looks like you! Kid, definitely daddy's girl!

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