Anniversary Picture

August 23, 2007

Journal, Lauren

We had our traditional Chinese food (chicken lo mein and sechwan (sp?) chicken) and movie – Catch and Release, starring Jennifer Garner.  It was an indie film, set in Boulder, Colorado!  (That’s where our conference was.)  It’s storming outside now and I’ve had two huge glasses of really untasty wine, so I’m going to bed.  Happy Anniversary to us!

This photo is for Peggy.  It’s the only wedding photo we have displayed in the house, because I think it’s so funny.  We did all the traditional poses, then asked everyone to do a crazy one.  It’s the best!

Jazz hands!

Mark (Lauren’s brother), Christina (Lloyd’s sister), Phil (Lauren’s brother), Keren (Lauren’s sister), Patrice (Lauren’s friend), Kathryn (everybody from here out is a Concordia friend of both of us), Me, Lloyd, Cousin Sam, John, Brad, Samith, Karl.   Great group of people.

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Lauren Sommerer is a preschool teacher who likes to build prototypes, grow cats, cook things once, save money, reduce, reuse and recycle.

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3 Responses to “Anniversary Picture”

  1. Peggy Said on:

    Thank you!!! And it’s so funny that I ALWAYS take a “goofy” picture to every serious picture I ever take. It’s great when you have kids, ’cause you can hang the “goofy” ones on the front door when they graduate or have any other distinguished events going on! I also did this as a 6th grade room mother. I had to take a serious picture of the class, but I blew up the “goofy” one really big & hung it on the school door with a sign “Graduating Class of ’96! 6th graders make the best goofy pictures!!! (I still have it, I laugh just thinking about it … hehehehehehehehehehehe!)

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  2. Deanne Said on:

    Szechuan chicken (that’s a toughie!) And here is more than you ever wanted to know about Szechuan food…
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Szechuan_cuisine

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    • Beth Said on:

      That really is more than I ever wanted to know…which of course is evidence that I did, indeed, take the time to actually read it. Silly Beth.

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