Under the it's a small world heading, I had a bit of coincidence when I took Tim's senior pictures. By the way, in case you were wondering, Tim is Nick's twin brother or Nick is Tim's twin brother, I don't want to get that wrong. Anyway, during the course of our session, I happened to mention that I am the school librarian for one of the elementary schools here in town. When they asked me which school, they told me that they had gone to that school for the 2nd half of their elementary school career. When they asked me if they teacher that they had back then was still there, I was happy to report that yes she was!! Actually you all may remember her and her wonderful family from last fall. As we were reminiscing, I was able to get some shots of Tim alone and of the 2 of them together.
When I was writing Nick's post, I mentioned that Tim had his own ideas of posing with the numbered boats. He told me that he wanted to stay in front of the number 13 boat. When I pointed out that the 14 was the significant number, he merely smiled and said, "I like 13." When I pressed a little, he then told me that 13 is his lacrosse number (which I would have known had I paid closer attention to his letter man jacket). I am nothing if not flexible, so I went right along with this (ok, ok, you know me, I was absurdly excited about this!)
Like his brother, Nick, Tim is also accomplished, what with the boat owning and the lacrosse coaching. Plus he's the captain of the wrestling team and he captained the lacrosse team last year as a junior. I must say, it was really quite exciting to be in the midst of all this captaincy. And by the way, I love the jackets!
Tim wants to be a plumber and if I can think of one thing we may need around here more than an electrician, it just may be a plumber. So I wasn't going to torture Tim any more than I was going to torture Nick. So it was a couple more pictures, separately and together....
Before I let the guys walk off into the sunset (ok, ok, the sun was not setting, it was 9:30 in the morning! But admit it, it sounded kind of good, didn't it?)
Tim, I wish you all the best for a fantastic senior year and future! Thanks for being such a good sport. Please click here if you would like to see the rest of Tim's pictures.