After Senior Day 2008
Every so often we try to put together these dinners to see one another and catch up. Each time, our lives have changed more dramatically, and more of us live farther from Springville. I love hearing everyone's updates because it's so surreal that we are all real adults with real lives. Imagine that.
Dinner at P.F. Changs in 2009
Some of us are married. Some still dating. Some in school. Some graduated. Some in Springville. Some in West Jordan, Ogden and Kentucky.
At my wedding in July 2011
None of us have kids yet. So that's something. Doesn't this look like a group of great future mothers?
80's Stomp 2007
Some of these girls I haven't seen in over a year. But it doesn't matter. We don't miss a beat. Within minutes we are "glory days"-ing and laughing over inside jokes from 2002 or earlier.
Senior Softball Photos 2008
I'm so lucky to have these girls that are still counted among my best friends, 5 years after high school. They still know me better than almost anyone (Beard). Friends 4 evaaaaaaaa.
Senior Prom 2008
The Beard and I talk about this often, especially when we are talking with our single male friends:
A girl having a somewhat consistent, long-term group of friends is a good sign of stability and low levels of crazy. Despite the duck faces.
Sunshine Tournament 2007