7 lbs. 3 oz. 20″. Happy and healthy.
An Easter-time photo of my now two-year-old daughter.
The next issue of UT’s alumni magazine, The Torchbearer, will feature Joanna, so I used the photo shoot as an excuse to play with our new Panasonic GH2.
6 lbs. 5 oz. 20.5 inches. Born at 4:09 pm on April 27, 2010.
On Wednesday morning, Joanna and I are headed up to Washington, D.C., where she’ll spend a week at the Smithsonian, reconstructing the faces of two of the original Jamestown settlers.
And, yes, these were taken on the set of the Phillip Fulmer, Bruce Pearl, and Pat Summitt shows.
I’m still not sure why she grabbed me that day or why I’m the one who gets to share life with her. To say I’m grateful wouldn’t come close to expressing the mystery of it all.
A friend asked for a childhood photo, which was enough to send us digging through old albums. Quite a couple, eh?
Newsday posted a fun article yesterday about the University of Tennessee’s Anthropology Research Facility. Of course, the word “fun” is totally relative when you’re talking about a two-acre plot of land where donated bodies decompose under the close scrutiny of forensic anthropologists.