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May 03, 2008
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Bobby has been busy with the guitar lately.  He played the talent show at Eastampton Middle School and came in second place (good for a $25 gift card).  You can check out the YouTube video of him performing (playing guitar and singing) “Wish you were here” by Pink Floyd.   He also just finished up at the School of Rock in Cherry Hill with an 21 set Indie show (he was in 4 or the songs) that included songs by Sonic Youth, Husker Du, Violent Femmes and others.  And yes that is a drum stick he is raking across his brand new american made Fender Strat.  Check out this video of the last show (they did 2) it is long, but after they introduce all the kids they throw a aluminum trash can out towards the crowd and proceed to beat the hell out of it.  I cant believe my mother and Al sat through this whole show.  While on YouTube if you click on More from blr000007 you will see the other songs as well.  Enjoy.

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April 19, 2008
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Wow! what a day.  Starting at Stacey’s house there was a non-stop buzz of excitement which continued all the way till the end of the reception at Braddocks Tavern in Medford.  Their wedding day was filled with joy, faith and family.  It was a pleasure meeting both of your families.  I have know Josh for several years and have spent countless  hours burning holes in the sky together.  It is not often that you come across someone as strong, dedicated and convicted to his beliefs as Josh, it is comforting to know your leadership will keep those who serve with you safe and successful.Lola and I wish you the best of luck, fly safe and make the most of your time together!

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 This is one of my favorite shots from the day, Lola took this while they were just relaxing.

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April 09, 2008
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I never thought I would see the day Bobby would stand between the pipes and try and stop that little 6oz piece of rubber.  I came home from work one day and he was in our family room with my goalie pads on his legs.  He said “they fit, I want to play hockey”.  At least I didn’t have to buy him all his own equipment, just hope we both don’t have a game on the same night.  He is playing High School (RV JVB) spring hockey as an 8th grader, and is doing well.  I took this picture of his first game, and have not taken any images since.  I have shot almost every one of his baseball, football  and just about everything else he has done for the last 13 years, and have missed actually seeing all of them.  When you shoot every single play you really don’t see the game, you only see bits and pieces of it, half the time I would ask the umpire standing next to me what the score was, I would have no idea.  I actually didn’t even bring my camera to his last game, that way there would not even be the temptation.  My camera is almost an addiction, it hard to leave the house without it.  I will probably shoot at least one or two more times this season, just to make sure I have the perfect shot of him.  

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