This is my buddy, Celia. She'll kill me for posting this particular photo, but it's just capturing her at such a great
moment, I couldn't resist. Celia and I met when we were ten and have been friends ever since. We never lived in the same town
or really hung out with the same friends, and maybe that's why our friendship has stood that test of time? We were pretty
much opposites as kids in a lot of respects, she's blonde, I'm not, she's athletic, I'm not, (wait, so things haven't changed
since we were kids) but they say that opposites attract. We're like the Yin and Yang of small town Virginia. And we're still
making waves when we get together.
|Celia & Bronson October 13, 2002
I visited Celia in June 2004 on my way to my 10 year high school reunion (ACK!)
Celia and Bronson have a beautiful house in Raleigh, NC. I spent the night there and Celia was my date for my reunion
weekend in Blacksburg, VA. It was the best weekend, more fun than I ever expected. Seeing old friends, talking
with people I never even spoke to when we went to school together, reminiscing, that's the good stuff.
Here's a blast from the past! My girlfriend, Amy G.
and I went to school together in the fourth grade and hadn't seen each other since! In February 2002 she flew to Colorado
for a visit and a trip down memory lane! We had a great time. She had never been to CO so I tried to pack in all
bazillion miles into one weekend. It was tiring but fun!
In September of 2002, I flew to Seattle and then drove down to Portland to visit Amy and her
(then) fiancee (now hubby) Irik. I had a blast, it's awesome to keep in touch with Amy. Congrats to Amy and Irik
who got married in September 2004! They threw a Halloween/Wedding reception over Halloween weekend and I flew out for the
festivities. It was an awesome trip. I met a bunch of people, got to see Amy's mom and dad and sister again, drove to the
ocean for some fresh crab sautee and saltwater taffy and really enjoyed myself!