Sunday, June 17, 2007

a date with the past and the present...

well i did it. i went to my high school 10 year reunion and it was better than i expected. i guess i wasn't sure what to expect... the picnic at the park was fun.. it was interesting because it was pretty much who i thought would be there and it was fun to catch up. its nice how kids can be a great conversation starter. in the evening we went to this concert back where i used to party and i really enjoyed running into old friends there. i'm glad i went and it was healing to see how far i've come and also refreshing to see that i could greet the past with a full heart knowing that life has taken me on some interesting paths since high school and life is full.
which takes me to the present and the honor it was to celebrate fathers day today.. my life is rich and i'm blessed with the best dad and the best dad to my kids. doubly blessed seems to be a pattern in my life. fathers day started with a baked peach french toast topped with whip cream.. the boys and i gave dave his gifts.. strawberry poky from ari and chocolate poky from noah. i had made a mini book for dave with the 8 reasons i love him and this hockey magazine he wanted... we relaxed the rest of the morning and then dave was called to work.. yea for the whole afternoon. later we headed to my parents where we ate with my whole family. it was a great day and although the boys each got a new tooth and were not at their best it was a good day! to honor the weekend here are the best shots......yes some of the pics are doubles but i had little time and its just the way picasa did it.

3 comments:

Audge said...

whoa, that books looks amazing heather. and the boys are getting cuter and cuter everyday! its fun to see dave too, i miss him!!
love you, audge

soph's mum said...

i'm impressed you went to your reunion, i think i'd be faced with similar thoughts at mine (umm, i skipped my 10th, my 20th will be in 2010 - weird, i'm kind of old now)...of course it was okay b/c you are amazing!
nice use of pocky as FD gifts...

Lydia said...

the book does look amazing! wow. you have a real talent for that kind of thing!!

The boys are such little cuties... and they really look like their "sister" :)

love you!