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The day we "met"



I talked last week about wanting to relive the days we introduced our babies to our family/friends or met new babies.
Upon thinking about it, there are a few more days I would love to relive that aren't baby related.
One of the big ones that come to mind is the day that Dan and I "met" again and what an appropriate day for me to tell you about it as today is the 13th anniversary of that occasion.

You see, Dan and I always knew each other- we went to the same school our entire lives.  In fact, our lives were very intertwined from the beginning with our brothers, Rob and Chris, being in the same grade and good friends.  Plus PA isn't a huge place, so you know people.
So when I "met" Dan 13 years ago on that fateful weekend, I already knew everything I needed to know about him.

I've blogged about that weekend before here and here and won't go into the happenings as much as those posts cover it.



Instead, today I want to share something that I had completely forgotten about.  13 years ago when we met, I didn't have a camera or a video camera and didn't have a lot of pictures of us, so when we were approaching our 1 year date-iversary, I made a storybook that retold our meeting from my perspective so that I would never forget the details.  (Looking back on the quality of this book, I wish I would have none of Shutterfly and done this up properly) (Ah well)



Happy Danniversary, babe!

linking up with Andrea
Also- just want to put a shout out to my blog pal, Carrie who is hosting a month long wardrobe challenge.  Go check out her blog to get the outfit cues! Gonna be lots of fun, shopping my closet and getting back to creative me!


Comments

  1. 02.02.02! Wow, what a book. Your creativity never ceases to amaze me.

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  2. I love the book! I wish I would have been more into writing when Hugh and I met. VERY COOL.

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  3. That book - you are so talented. Happy date-aversary!

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  4. Wow, that is so awesome! What a great book!

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  5. This is probably the coolest thing I've ever seen!!! You should have that published!!

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  6. This is way cooler than any shutterfly!! Awesomeness!! XOXO

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  7. That is so precious! Love that you made a little book. Thanks for the shout out, friend!

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