Let's get'em out alive!
give or take a year. How scary is this. My friend, Wendy, just emailed this to me. If I recall, my roommates and I were hosting a Christmas party at the blue duplex. Anyone remember more details.
Cute couple!Look at the smiles.
I looooove old photos! So cute! Where are you, how long had you been dating?
I love this picture. So fun. Where in Provo was your blue duplex?
Oh, so fun! You've inspired me to go dig for some of our dating pics...we were practically babies when we got married!
WOW! It's finally comfirmed..Noah is a mini Darren and Annabell is a mini Deborah. You two look teeanagerish!
BTW, I did watch QVC late Friday night and Sat. what can I say, I'm a Bare Minerals junkie...just like someone else I know. I ordered the new moisturizer and the diamond lip glosses - you know I LOVE my glosses. The TSV was so cheap this time, WOW! I couldn't believe it. Thanks for turning me onto it, in Feb. I'll be celebrating 2 years of great skin.
my new favorite picture of you two!Joanna
I agree with Carrie, Darren and Noah look so much alike! This picture is still a good 5 years before you got married, right? Crazy.
I remember liking that blouse and cummerband you were wearing. I also loved hanging out with y'all at the blue duplex. Larue was so intriguing to listen to. I loved the way she talked. Wendy was so sweet and beautiful. Didn't Michelle live in the duplex? I really liked her, too. Who else lived there over the years? That is amazing how much Noah and Annabel look just like you both.
The people who showed up at the Christmas party were LaRue, Steve John couldn't make it--but I borrowed his silk shirt from J.Crew, Deborah, Darren, Natasha, and a few others from her mission, Wendy, Sheryl Carlin, and they guy who wore different color birks from BYU. George Durrant and his wife spoke to us and Sheryl and the other guy performed music. Natasha and a few of her returned missionaries sang also. I made a wicked mushroom pasta, with a salad, and really good bread with real butter. And there was a hot and cold dessert. I think like an apple cake/caramel with ice cream. In the picture I sort of look a little off because Steve John didn't show up, My husband and I laughed because the picture we looked at it and thought trans-gender and laughed, but it made me feel good now how my hair looks today at least.There was someone in the kitchen with me and we just made plates up and served them. It was a guy I think Matt who lived in a shoe store for a while. English major. I think Deb was pretty social back then. I think with Deborah if three or more were gathered it was some type of party. Long live the 80's.LaRue
So much fun to look back!
That's so cute and it's good to know Larue is still in your life, too. So here's a big holler-out to Larue: Hey, Larue! Good to hear from you, what's going on in your life?
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