August 29, 2007

Bob and Daisy

A rare moment of relaxation for Bob and his wife Daisy. Bob is an office worker who has a hard time letting go of work, which can sometimes make Daisy a little nuts. Bob is very efficient, and industrious (and uptight) who is serious about his job almost to the point of silliness. His only break at work is to go outside and practice his yo-yo, which he is equally obsessive about. Daisy is very supportive and loving, but will pull Bob up short quickly if she feels he is gettting too into his work. She is a successful veterinarian who loves reptiles the most out of all her patients. A yin and yang couple if ever there was one, Daisy and Bob have been happily married for 10 years now.

August 22, 2007

Mr. Max

Max is a worrier who stresses over almost everything in his life. He has a hard time letting go and relaxing enough to enjoy himself when he's not at work. When he does let himself relax and have fun with his friends he ends up having a great time, and his friends like to tease him about his uptight ways. Max wants to be more laid back and less stressed, but hasn't figured out how yet. One of his dreams is to become a stand-up comedian, but he hasn't gotten any further than performing in front of the mirror.

August 16, 2007

Heeere's Georgie!

George is the ultimate jokester, with barely a serious bone in his body. To George, there is no greater achievement than making someone laugh. He is best friends with Jonah and Seymour, and these guys are a huge hit with the ladies when they go out on the town. Seymour gets the ladies' attention, Jonah charms them with his smile, and George keeps them all laughing.

August 8, 2007

Officer Chuck Peterson reporting for duty!

Officer Chuck is a veteran of the force, only a few months away from retirement. He is known as a dedicated, hardworking officer who doesn't take any crap from his collegues, the rookies, or the miscreants he arrests. An avid fisherman and gardener, as well as video game enthusiast, Chuck looks forward to spending his retirement at his cabin on the lake with his wife of 30 years, Adele.

August 2, 2007

More photos of the trio's trip to Calgary

Pictures taken at the top of Scotchman's Hill in Calgary, overlooking the Saddledome and the Stampede grounds. This hill is prime real estate to watch the fireworks on Canada day (July 1st) and during the Stampede. The gang is also taking a break from the heat under a tree along the Bow River, one of 2 rivers that wind through the city. Other photos taken at Olympic Plaza with the Suffragette statue.