October 26, 2010

Reason #846 to love In n Out Burger ...

They are currently in cahoots with our local library, giving kids aged 4-12 a free burger for every 5 books they read. We took our orange camera with us to celebrate Little Dude's first free burger:

ack!!! Always hate to hear my own voice outside my own head ...

Nevermind the goofy family inside ... check out those goofy guys outside. Can you tell they were aware we were playing with a camera?!? ;-)


in n out collage

Anywhoo, just another reason to love In n Out Burger: encouraging kid's literacy!

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Tracy P. said...

Those guys were total Keller wannabes! Hilarious! Gotta love Big Dude looking out the corner of his eye.

Glad the Lumix is serving you well. Makes me smile seeing the dudes through a leica lens. :-)

I have heard of In n Out before but never seen one. Good for them, encouraging reading!

Life with Kaishon said...

OH MY GOODNESS! This was too much sweetness this morning : ) I think your voice is pretty. Young. You are young and outstandingly beautiful Susan Keller : )

I laughed my head off about the kids on the patio! Too funny! I love the picture with your head on your husbands shoulder. That is too sweet. I love you guys. All 5 of you!

I have never been to an in and out burger. I am pretty sure I would like it though :)

Angie - The Arthur Clan said...

Your little guy reminds me so much of my Weston! I'm sure they'll be great friends whenever we finally get to meet in person. :)

Rhonda said...

Yay to hear your voice!!!
I agree with the comment above. You sound young.
And Yay for In-N-Out. Sooooo many reasons to love them.
If all I had in my city were In-N-Out and Chick-Fil-A, I would never be in want of a good fast food restaurant. Unfortunately (and probably fortunately for my pocketbook and overall health) I have neither in my city. They are both about a 45 minute drive away.

Denise said...

Love the guys in the background- too funny!

Anita Johnson said...

The burger is almost the size of his face...looks like fun! My son has a lumix...his photos are so sharp. Sometimes I wonder why I am dragging this big camera around with me. Seriously! I love your post at iheartfaces. I shy away from the camera too. Your posts here have made me realize I WANT to be part of our family pictures and the only way to do that is to get out from behind the camera. I love to see my friends, not just their kids (often who I have never met) in their pictures. And none of us look a day older than when we first met. (-: Keep reminding us of this!

Rhea said...

I haven't been by in a while, and I forgot how beautiful your photos are!!