Found December 29, 2012 on
Love My Bravos:
Landmark Dodge hosted an autograph session with Craig Kimbrel today, and Catherine and I went with Patrick and Kolbi. The line was relatively short so we thought we could fly through, but Kimmeh took his time with everyone so we had a decent wait.
Here are our pictures. I asked Kimmie to Kimbrel with me and he grinned, "IIII'm...not gonna do that." I didn't think he would, ha! I asked how many other people had asked him to do that and he held up one finger: "You!"
Of course. :D
Catherine likes to use my camera's zoom. And wow, I look horribly fat today.
Patrick, Kimmie, Kolbi...and a fetus. Baby's first autograph signing, yaaaay!
Catherine and Kimmie grinning at Kolbi's phone
Thanks for being awesome, Kimmeh! Hope you like that Hinske picture. :)
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