Meet my Friend…

I mentioned in 100 Things About Me that I was a cheerleader throughout high school and a little bit in college. Anyone else out there remember that chant…

1, 2, 3, 4, 5
My name is “Cherrye” and I said hi

6, 7, 8, 9, 10
Back me up and meet my friend…

(and on and on it goes throughout the line of cheerleaders)

Anyone??

Anyone??

No. It is ok, you can see how creative it was, though, right?

Well, that is how I feel right now because today I introduce to you, my friend and Italian professional photojournalist…

Antonino Condorelli

You can check out Antonino’s professional website here or read a bit on his blog, which is here.

Or, you can just look at this picture he took on Sunday in Rome during Palm Sunday Mass at the Vaticano.

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Comments

  1. Well Cherrye, maybe Antonino can help you get a camera so you can be Catanzaro’s resident photojournalist and I could see some cool pics on your blog.

  2. WOW Cheerleader? in Italy we call Bon Bon Girls, maybe in Us too.
    Thanks for post my photo and my links on your Blog, I’m very glad.
    Happy Easter at all. Antonino

  3. That’s a sweet photo. Is he going to snap some lovely photos for the B&B? That would be nice.
    Cherrye, did you ever see my last comment about the palms and olive branches? I left another on that post.
    I was a Bon Bon girl too! (Sshh. . . don’t tell anyone! Oh I guess I just did, yikes!)

  4. Hey Antonino. Thanks for stopping by!

    J – Good call. I’ve been looking, and I think I selected a camera. I’ll send the link to Antonino first to “check it out”.

    Cheeky – I did see your post on the olive brances. Makes sense, it is strange we don’t use them in the states, too, though. Bon Bon Girls – UNITE!

  5. Hey Hey Hey!!! Lets Go Bon Bon Girls..
    I’ll be very happy to see a cheerleaders Live Show. I’ve saw them in 1992 in Minnesota during the Redskins vs Bills Superbowl but they were so far from me that I saw just nothing.

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