Friday, September 01, 2006

Crappy Anniversary!*


Then




Now


(you can click on either picture to learn a little bit more about it.)


*'cause that's how we've always said it around here.
We're just all witty and clever like that.
Also, neither of us is really the sentimental type...

That having been said -it's been a great 16 years, and I'd do it all over again.
In a heartbeat.

Crappy anniversary, Bubba...

10 comments:

autum said...

Crappy Anniversary to Bubba and LLA!! And may you have many, many more crappy anniversaries.

jen said...

awwww happy happy crappy crappy!

Angela said...

Sounds like Oscar the Grouch (for adults anyway)over here in the comment section! ;-) oh, I mean ;-(

Crappy Anniversary you two! Hope your day was full of crappy things.

MéLisa said...

I second Angela's sentiment of hoping that your day is full of crappiness & wishing you many more crappy anniversaries to come!

Laura said...

Crappy Anniversary! Remember when I came to your wedding and it turned out that guy I was in grad school with whose name I now can't remember was the best man? That was so weird. It was a fun wedding though. :)

bekka said...

sounds like a super sappy anniversary. but 16 years? you don't look old enough to have been married that long. that's a whole lifetime. i mean, you could have a kid who's driving now.

capello said...

Of course that's his favorite picture... you're licking him! What guy doesn't like being licked?

Happy 16th crappy anniversary. I hope you have many more crappy ones. (Okay, that just sounds wrong.)

laeroport said...

I'm not saying crappy! Happy Anniversary! I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the party pic. And the London Eye is pretty great too. I think I would have picked it as my one thing to do in London too. Here's to 16(+) more great years!

Missy said...

I agree with a previous comment about the college pic being your Christmas card, or just make one and send it to your mom and tell her that was the card you sent to everyone!

MeiMeiLn said...

So cute! Wishing you lots of crap! (Coincidence, my ten-year with my husband is also 9/1)