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Giving me Grief

March 16th, 2013

After our department meeting on Thursday I got a lot of lip from the keepers about the crappy pictures I take of them and then post on the blog. Forever, they now live with ruined lives because the only photos out there of them are poor and ugly. Obviously, I disagree, but we took some new photos right after the meeting. Here you go:

Kimberly approved this photo.

 

I hope Sarah approves of this photo!

 A close up of Bugsy sleeping (he did not approve of this photo).

 

There was a much better one of Jill, but she didn’t want me to post it. I assume she is fine with this photo!

 

 

And Finally, there is nothing better than an “Aaron hugging Kent” photo:

 

 

Join the conversation:

  1. Kent’s expression in the hugging photos are priceless.

    Posted by Leslie
  2. I’ll approve of Bugsy’s photo for him. He looks like a gummy bear with long ears. Anything that adorable deserves to be shared with the rest of the world.

    My photo’s not so bad, either.

    Posted by Sarah
  3. I want you to post the other one of Jill :)

    Posted by kimberly
  4. Am I the only one that noticed the stellar picture of Marilyn in the background or Kimberly’s photo? That one deserves and award!

    Posted by Sarah
  5. Director Comment :

    Shhh…
    (next time I will crop the photo so we don’t see Marilyn’s tongue sticking out!)

    Posted by Sherry Samuels

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