What is a picture of a car with a spanner going through it on an opel zafria?
the car with a spanner is an electrical fault warning light ( keeps flashing if there is a problem)
You would use 'me' in this case. You use 'I' when you are the subject of the sentence, and 'me' when you are the object of the sentence or the phrase, as in this case. Subject of sentence: I was going to get a picture. Object of phrase: I was going to get a picture of Kaeleah and me. Object of sentence: It was Kaeleah and me in the picture.
You are going through.... Your family is going through.... (American English) Your family are going through.... (British English) You and your family are going through. You use are because the subject (you and your family) is plural. You use is only when the subject is singular. "You and your family is..." is always incorrect.