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We've had lots of folks wonder what we looked like. Sooo.., for the sake of satisfying curiosity, and "building rapport and confidence", here are some of our favorite photos.

We're starting our with some of Matt (yes this is close to what I can look like). We have one of Elizabeth, soon will have more, and some choice words from her. You can listen to Matt below.

The first picture is my greeting to you. It's about 2 years old, and was taken just after I got back from a pleasure drive.Say hello, Matt.

I've had some folks say that at times I'm a bit "testy". Nothing could be further from the truth. This photo captures a tranquil moment on the streets of London. It was taken in the fall of 1999. See this inspirational picture.

I actually like this closeup better, as it conveys my friendly nature. We thought about changing the sign to something else, but for the sake of cinema verité you can see me at my best.

We know that many times you may be feeling a little down. Because of that, I would like to give you something to make your day a little brighter (and brighter in every way). So, please view this inspirational message.

As you probably know, there are lots of photos on the site. Both of us take the pictures, but I know that many of you out there are now saying to yourself "I sure wish I could see a picture of Matt taking pictures". Well wait no longer. Here because of your silent request is the photo of the photo guy.

Now, In Memoriam
I am saddened to report the demise of my favorite boots. While they still are taken out on special occasions for a quick trip, that has now become primarily ceremonial. If you view this image, please do so with proper reverence. Perhaps it would be appropriate for you to hum "In America" or "The day the footwear died".
Please share a moment with me.

Finally, before you leave my pics (I hope this doesn't drive you to it), I have to wave you on. This was taken a few years ago, when I was thinner and had more and darker hair (sigh).

Hear an inspiring and hostile message from Matt.

Say goodbye, Matt.

Now for a look at Elizabeth.
Here she is hard at work in the early morning working her fingers to the nubbins. She's trying to bring you the best in photos and HTML. (Oops, let's check the mail instead ... and maybe a quick game before real work.) Check out that smile.

And, Elizabeth also likes to take pictures of herself. The only problem is she hasn't figured out a way to see her face. Maybe you can see one.

She used to be a lot stronger and bigger, but due to unforseen circumstances is only a shadow of her former self. See her next to her larger self.

We also thought you might enjoy seeing a couple photos which exemplify the forward looking state of Alabama. The first is one we have seen on the interstate for months now. Take a look. The second is in front of a local hardware and building supply company. It probably meets their needs, but I am not too sure about other folks. See it now.

Hope that all more than meets your expectations. Have a happy time visiting the site. And remember - if you want to speak to me, just call. It would be nice if you would like to place an order at the same time. See Ya!

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