Fred & Kristin!

And then again, on this Wendesday Wednesday past, we were visited by the superlovelycouple that shall from this moment forward (well, this may be a little much, I mean, I didn’t name this couple, they came to us pre-named, and I’m taking a little bit too much creative license, and again, I apologize to the National Council of Creative Licensing for not abiding by the guidelines they have set out for me. I can not pretend that I actually created a couple, helped a couple get together, or performed a wedding ceremony for a couple. Again, to my fans – the people that pay my salary – I apologize. And to my family (I was raised by wolves) bark, arf arf, bark) shall be known as Fred & Kristin!

They came down to the FunCenter and said to us, “Check it out, Otis & James – if those even are your real names – we’ve come to town for a big ol’ batch of superawesome…and I trust that you will be able to provide us this service.”

And then we was all like, “Yeah…we can hook you up, but theres one catch…a caveat, if you will. You gotta be able to bring the skills to the shoot. You can’t just waltz in here and expect us to make the magic, the magic has to come from within.”

After a few moments in which all of us tried to comprehend what it was that was going down, we knew that it was time to enter the studio, turn on the lights, put a freshie card in the camera, and let the magic happen. Rest peacefully, dear readers of blog, because not only did this couple bring the skillz, they also brought the freakin magic. Both. Right here. Dang.

So, we’d like to take this moment to thank this wonderful couple for stopping by the FunCenter, and we’d also like to thank all of you out there in the cyberspace that stands between us for being the glue. Again, I have no idea what this means, but I’m really feeling this, too. Well – Enjoy!

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By otis

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