Apres Photoshoot

The photographer came. He was a lovely man, who just got an Australian shepherd puppy named Bo who I saw a picture of and I love Bo so bad.

Photo on 1-13-15 at 1.00 PMI sneaked in this shot of said photographer in my room; he's the blue blur in the corner that Edsel is falling for, hard. He's Edsel's new blue.

When I got home this afternoon to meet the photographer, Ned had been here and filled the house with flowers. Here is the part where you tell me Ned's a keeper.IMG_2472

IMG_2474 IMG_2475I love this picture, how you can see Eds in the mirror.

Anyway, he was a nice guy, and got shots of me at the computer and also with the dogs on the couch (don't tell Ned) and it all went well and then he left.

IMG_2476I was just breathing a sigh of relief and being glad it was over when I posed for this shot for all of you, and?

Found the price tag still on my skirt.

 

32 thoughts on “Apres Photoshoot

  1. Oooh, the flowers. Love them all, but especially the pink tulips. How thoughtful of Ned. Tell the truth about the price tag. You bought the skirt just for the photo shoot, and now you’re going to return it, right?

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  2. I’m swooning (again) for Ned. All those beauteous and colorful flowers! I wish, I wish, I wish. He’s a keeper.
    Won’t the trifecta of furballs start noshing on all those lovely blooms? I love having a kitty, but really miss having fresh flowers around, especially the spring bulbs, my favorites. Maybe it is time to grow catgrass.

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  3. O. Henry is a lovely, classy magazine – I look forward to each new issue and I can’t wait to see the one with you in it.
    I’ll see your forgotten price tag and raise it by a restroom exit and ensuing sashaying around with my skirt tucked into my pantyhose. Finally, fellow Co-WORKER told me! Gawd!

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  4. What an exciting day you’ve had, June! You deserve every accolade that comes your way. Can’t wait to read the article!

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  5. So, there’s also a chance the clitorial picture above the couch will also be featured in this article? Because yeah, that’d be the best!

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  6. I am pretty sure Ned is not gay. But he is thoughtful. Such a wonderful gesture. You looked beautiful and you can just say that the tag was left on just to get a laugh. Nobody would be the wiser.
    Lovely post, June, heck! Lovely day!

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  7. I daresay not many men would have been so thoughtful as to fill the house with flowers. What a sweetheart. Perhaps he is gay. Or flower sensitive. Check his closet for sandals.

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  8. Bahahaha! Could have been worse. You could have pulled a full on Beverly, tripped over Edsul, broken his camera and your arm in a fantastic display of gymnastics.
    Actually, that’s probably what I would have done.

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  9. I love Ned! All those flowers are lovely. I doubt if the photographer even noticed the tag on the skirt with Eds chasing him all over the place. Just hope the tag doesn’t appear in any of the photos.
    You shouldn’t have been nervous. You are famous having been on national news and all. Remember little Sparkle Violet put you on national news.

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  10. No worries. Three vases of lovely flowers from an awesome boyfriend,cancels out the price tag on the skirt (tag slip instead of “nip slip”).

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  11. So nice of Ned and glad the session went well.
    A price tag is nothing…yesterday I was doing errands and saw a woman with a (white) sock static stuck like it was sewn into the back of her black skirt in a most…unfortunate…placement. I discreetly informed her which sent her – literally – spinning. Stopped her by the shoulder, looked her in the eye, leaned back and ripped the sock off. Handed it to her and we shall never speak of said sock again. Except right now when I’m posting it forever on the internet. Hm…

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  12. My first thought was of Minnie Pearl with her tag hanging from her hat.
    June, just pretend like the tag on your skirt was intentional. It was probably a size 0 with your exercising self. You look so pretty, can’t wait to see the magazine article.

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  13. That is excellent taste in flowers, wow!!! Good job, Ned. Gorgeous! Joob does look ethereal in the last picture. Glad it all went well, how exciting!

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  14. Ned has wonderful taste in flowers. He’s a keeper.
    You look gorgeous, but then you always do. I’m looking forward to reading the article.

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  15. You look great! You tagged the photographer in your photoshoot, you social media comedienne. When do we get to see the photos, and where? Am I crass to ask?
    Please don’t sigh.

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  16. Please. I once wore pants for an ENTIRE DAY, while running a million errands, with that goddamn clear plastic strip that says SIZE XX SIZE XX SIZE XX a billion times down the back of my fucking leg. And it’s not like it said SIZE 6 or SIZE PETITE. No, it was actually closer to SIZE XX. So a price tag? Pffft.
    And? You look gorgeous. Like he would even NOTICE a tag.

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  17. Please. I once wore pants for an ENTIRE DAY, while running a million errands, with that goddamn clear plastic strip that says SIZE XX SIZE XX SIZE XX a billion times down the back of my fucking leg. And it’s not like it said SIZE 6 or SIZE PETITE. No, it was actually closer to SIZE XX. So a price tag? Pffft.
    And? You look gorgeous. Like he would even NOTICE a tag.

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  18. Please. I once wore pants for an ENTIRE DAY, while running a million errands, with that goddamn clear plastic strip that says SIZE XX SIZE XX SIZE XX a billion times down the back of my fucking leg. And it’s not like it said SIZE 6 or SIZE PETITE. No, it was actually closer to SIZE XX. So a price tag? Pffft.
    And? You look gorgeous. Like he would even NOTICE a tag.

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  19. Yay! Ned compliments you so well, the flowers, the love and the nedding.
    Congratulations on the interview and for looking so lovely, tag and all.

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