Okay ...I'll tell the rest of the story.
I happened to fit a demographic that was needed for a brochure.
My niece Tanya who works for Insight for Living Canada called me up and asked if I might zip down and do her a favour. It seemed she needed someone neither too young. .nor too "mature" to be part of a giving campaign. If you check the 2010 magazine covers you would find other people in my family also involved in various volunteer positions. Here is one of my favorites.
I met at the office and was introduced to the photographer who handed me a plate.
I stood in various positions and looked "very happy".
After about 20 "very happy" shots. ..Tanya asked if I wanted some head shots for the fun of it.
Well . . .why not? I suggested that we pose together for a few since I might one day keel over and she would say. . ."OH. .I have a picture that we took back in 2010. ..she modeled for our campaign brochure. . .I'll see if I can find it." She laughed when I said this but agreed it might be a good idea. . .just in case.
So. ..here is the finished campaign link. . .and as always. .I've learned to say. ."never say never."
. . .and now you know the rest of the story.
all for now. . .