Oh holy—Another Friday the 13th. I am SOOO glad I’m not superstitious… or even a little stitious. (Thanks, William!)
It’s time for another installment of Fame & Shame. There’s so much to complain about and be thankful for this time around, I didn’t know where to start.
- RV Plumbing: Without going into a lot of graphic detail, the plumbing on an RV needs to last forever. It doesn’t need to be replaced… EVER. And, in the event that it does need to be replaced, it needs to be replaced very easily, efficiently, and quickly! RV’s also need a “Temporarily Disable Flushing” mechanism.
- People who Flush Toilets While Other People are Working on the RV Plumbing: Without going into a lot of graphic detail, these people need to be dropped into a vat of raw sewage… and left there. Then, maybe they will respect people to are working on the plumbing system of an RV.
- Rain: Why you decided to rain so much the week after I left Concan, I’ll never know, but shame on you for this.
- Marvin: Marvin is the nearly-dead, club footed, baby hummingbird I found on the Frio riverbank. I nursed him along for a-day-and-a-half before leaving the Parkview Riverside RV Park. Barb, one of the park’s employees, agreed to adopt Marvin for me and continue to rehabilitate him. Besides being club-footed, Marvin didn’t have enough feathers on his wings to fly. I hope he’s a fighter and lives long enough to tell all his friends about his experience. I received this follow-up a few days ago:
Barb says Marvin is doing fine. She feeds him every few minutes.
Thanks for checking on him.
- Vacations: I absolutely don’t know what I would do without the opportunity to check out every now and then.
- Seven: Seven is my favorite number. It was my high school volleyball number. I had to wait three years for it to finally be available my senior year, but it was so well worth the wait. Now, Kyanna wears it in softball. The number seven also appears repeatedly on my business cards—as does the number 16: Sierra’s softball number. I always play the Lucky 7s in Vegas. Coincidentally, this is my seventh installment of Fame & Shame.
Until next time, be positive, be happy, be healthy, and don’t forget to be photographed.
I started Ata-Girl Photography Co. in 2010 and I am one of the premier San Antonio wedding photographers who is available for local and destination weddings. In addition to wedding photography, I also specialize in high school seniors and family portraits in San Antonio and the surrounding areas. I am a professional photographer who enjoys documenting the important milestones and captivating moments in people’s lives. I firmly believe that the unique set of circumstances I have faced in life has prepared me to take a personal and genuine interest in my photography clients. When I’m not photographing a wedding, family or high school senior, I enjoy watching my daughter play softball, hiking, cycling and listening to Elvis!