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The Graduation Party – 2001

At the publishing company where I work as a graphic designer, every other month the three magazines I design have deadlines that fall in three consecutive weeks. I tried my best to plan ahead and schedule blog posts to get me through the busy time but I couldn’t keep up. Which is why there was no post here yesterday. I’m not sure if anyone other than my mom and Jason noticed but, that’s why—I’m in the thick of deadlines at work. Since I don’t have much time now either, I’ll leave you with this lovely picture that my mother-in-law gave me over the weekend. It’s from Jason’s high school graduation party in 2001. That would make him 18 and me 16…not 12 despite what I look like!

We were really young when we fell in love. I’ll tell you about it someday.

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4 Responses to The Graduation Party – 2001

  1. I’d love to hear about it! I noticed you didn’t post yesterday, but with a baby, working on building a house, both of you working and living at your parent’s place, (and having a dog!) I thought you probably just had a busy day. (I get those too!) 🙂 I don’t know how you post so often! I can only manage about 2 or 3 posts a week!

  2. Christine says:

    I noticed there was a post missing!

    I found you via design mom (I think I’ve commented/introduced myself before), this blog is mandatory reading while I do the pre-sleep feed for my son. PLEASE tell us the story, don’t leave us hanging 😉

    I don’t know how you work full time, parent and blog. I really want to start a blog, but just don’t feel I’d have the time to devote to it.

  3. Love this! My husband and I started dating when I was 15 and he was 18. We have been together for 20 years now! 13 married… I so enjoy hearing the stories of others in a similar boat!

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