Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Self portrait postcards

BR took these photos of himself on my birthday. I found them in his iPhone.




15 comments:

Diane J Standiford said...

Handsome guy! I'd shoot myself too!

imascatterbrain said...

oh Steve, I just read your comment on Screaming Richie's blog, so unexpected and succinct, I burst into tears -

Said the BR skeleton, "Take away my pain."
Said the doctor skeleton, "Take this, come again."

Lorraine K

Have Myelin? said...

These kind of things bring both pain and pleasure at the same time don't they?

They still crop up even now, 11 months later. I love it when it happens. A gift...really.

My favorite one was when I opened the armoire and found my daughter's smoochie lips (with lipstick) inside my antique armoire. I remember when it happened but I had forgotten it was still there.

It is now sealed under matte varnish spray.

When I want to feel some of her DNA, guess where I go. =)

kmilyun said...

A keep me in your heart moment.

Herrad said...

Hi Steve,
Lovely photos of a beautiful man.
Thinking of you.
Love,
Herrad

Nancy said...

Very handsome guy!

Kim said...

BR always did have a face that worked with hats. Those are lovely.

Lisa Emrich said...

What a nice surprise.

-- Z said...

Love the photo gallery. I finally got around to posting some photos. Jaylene's photo of BR twirling is priceless. It brings back so many happy memories.

Herrad said...

Hi Steve

Thinking of you hope you have a day full of love and friendship and support.
Thinking of you.
Love,
Herrad

Charisa said...

Thinking of you - hope you have many good memories!

Ellie Great said...

Nice photo gallery.

Anonymous said...

That's the Bob I remember. What a treasure to find.

Thinking of you Steve,
Meredith and Andrew

Joseph Pulikotil said...

Hi Steve:)

BR was a very handsome man and a wonderful human being. The photos are excellent.

My prayers and best wishes in this time of sorrow:)
Joseph

Patrick@Caregivingly Yours said...

What a cool surprise! Must have brought a major smile to your day.

Caregivingly Yours, Patrick