Friday, June 4, 2010

Flashback Friday: Because It's The Thing To Do

A few of my friends are doing this on their blogs, so I decided to jump on the bandwagon before it gets too full and I can't find a seat. Can't say if I'll do it every Friday, but it seems like it might be fun.

This weeks flashback is to July, 29th, 2002. This was Michael and my 6 month anniversary. (Dating.) We'd been engaged just over 2 months by this point, and known each other for just about 2 years. I was 18, he was 21, and if my own children got engaged that young I'd probably have a heart attack. My parents took it in stride, and we were married in 2005...though that would be a different flashback all together.

It was hot as Hades that day! We had gone to Boonshoft and then out to dinner at the Olive Garden. (Yummy!) I love this picture of us, but we look so young! I guess that's the way of things.


I hope you enjoyed this weeks Flashback. Now I feel old. :0)

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3 comments:

Danielle @ "We Don't Have It All Together" said...

Cute photo! I hope you keep doing Flashback Friday... I can't wait to see more!

H.N. Gordon said...

Thanks Danielle. I don't have any of me leaping out of a plane though. :0) I do have several I had forgotten about. It all seems like it was yesterday, but also SO long ago.

Christopher And Tia said...

Oh welcome to Flashback Friday!! I can't wait to poke around your blog and get to know you a little bit better.

And ohmy- if my children get engaged at the age of 18, I'd probably have a heart attack. I think my husband and I were 20, when we got engaged, and everyone said we were too young, and it wouldn't last. To give everyone the benefit of the doubt, we DID fight a lot, and our relationship wasn't the healthiest. But, with time came more and more love, and I could not possibly imagine my life any other way. So maybe if my kids decide at 18 that they've found the one they want to spend the rest of their lives with, I shouldn't be so quick to judge :)

Aaaand now because reading that you went to olive garden, I'd like some pasta, please, hee hee.