Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Who Would Have Thought?

We went to Korey's 20th high school reunion this past weekend. I knew no one...normally I would have dreaded going to something where I knew no one however...it was at the Governor's Inn and I was expecting tasty food.
HAHA! (Well on that, I wasn't disappointed...)

But it was actually a lot of fun. I talked with a bunch of people and had a great time. Korey was doubling over in laughter while his friends Corey and Jason were telling him a story (as to not embarrass any of them I wont say what it is was about but it WAS kind of funny when Korey told me however it WAS humorous in a 14 year old manner).

We also tagged our Christmas tree on Sunday. This is the 4th year we have gone to High Meadow in Strafford (you think I can get a free tree if I mention them? ha). I love our little tradition. Next weekend we will bring her on home and the Christmas decorations will take over the house! Break out the handwash-only reindeer plates and the Village scene pieces that will take over the dining room AND the playroom! (Oops, I have bought too many...)

4 comments:

Katie said...

hey...
sounds like fun about the tree (and the food too)...
you'll have to email me where exactly that place is considering it's probably very close by.

Katie said...

hey...
sounds like fun about the tree (and the food too)...
you'll have to email me where exactly that place is considering it's probably very close by.

The Shaughnessy Tribe said...

that is katie's favorite restaurant. i can't wait to try it!

Cathleen said...

Hi Lorraine,

I met you at Korey's reunion, it was very nice to meet you and it was really nice to see Korey again. He told me about your blog. You do a great job with it! I was dying to see more picutres of the boys. They are very handsom of course. Thanks for letting me learn more about you guys, I really miss keeping in touch with Korey and it's great to see what you guys are up to. Enjoy all your moments with the boys, they are at VERY PRECIOUS stages. I love the things kids just come out and say.

Well i'm glad you didn't feel too lost at the reunion, I know it's one of those hard things to go to when you don't know anyone but for the most part we have a lot of REAL GENUINE people in our class.
Take care Cathleen (DiPrizio)