Monday, March 19, 2007

Good Times with Good Friends

One of my oldest friends came into town with his adorable daughter Savannah (4). Joey Leavitt and I became friends when both our families moved to Gresham, OR. I was in 7th grade and he was in 8th. He was afraid of his shadow and I know...quite the ham. So it worked for us. Here we are 15 years later and still friends.

Savannah and I had a blast bouncing on the bed and laughing (that's about as much noise as I got out of her all night--man that quiet gene is something that doesn't exist in my family--sorry mom.)

If you look really closely inside Savannah's pink shoe you will see a horse. Also stuffed inside that shoe are 6 other small horsies. When I found out that Joey and Savannah were going to come visit I went to get some food and remembered that Savannah loves horses (I also loved horses as a kid.) Although Savannah never uttered a word the entire time she was at my house Joey assured me that she like the horses.

Savannah and Joey eating Pizza and drinking Chocolate Milk. It was great to talk to Joey and catch up on all that's been going on for the past few years. It's great to have those friends you know you'll have for life-the kind where you may not see or talk to them for a long time--but when you finally do--you just pick it up where you left off last time.

Joey, his lovely wife Shannon, and their children: Savannah, Halen, and a little soon to be will be moving to Ahman (sp?) (Jordon) soon. Good luck and God bless to the Leavitt Family!

1 comment:

shabba shabba said...

It's hard to get Savannah to make a face for the camera that doesn't make her look mentally challenged. She's not, by the way. For real. I promise