He’s probably getting ready to bark at a blade of grass, or bite Ryan’s feet or steal the remote. I can see it.
And I wouldn’t have gotten this photo, either. Can you even get over that color? It’s just awesome in person.
I’ve known Ashley since Middle School, so it was really special to be there for her big day.
There’s just something about friends from High School. It’s a different type of friendship.
I also got to catch up with several other awesome friends from Middle and High School. I’m not kidding when I tell you I was giddy about it. Still am. See that crazy smile below. It’s a mix of a few glasses of wine and two old friends.
That’s Ann and Allie. I wish I had all my photos scanned in so I could show you some old snapshots of us. Like when Ann and date went to senior prom with Ryan and I. Or this group photo from a sleepover at Allie’s. (I’m sure they are relieved I’m not sharing these visual memories with the Internet, however.)
It was also humbling (and crazy awesome) when I found out that these old friends read this little blog, too. It’s bizarre to realize that real people actually read NewlyWoodwards. I mean, no offense, blog buddies. I know you are probably real, too. But you can’t compete with High School friends.
Before I took this picture, I asked Ryan if it would embarrass him if I snapped a shot of the centerpiece. Bless him. He said, “Of course not.” Keeper.
So, that’s this, that and the other.
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