Saturday, December 03, 2005

All Grown Up and Elegant



December 1, 2005 - Holly and Jim at the American Patriot Award Gala.

On occasion I get the chance to do some really high profile design work. This was one of those occasions. The display behind us in the picture is my handy work. I don't have the full shots of the display developed yet but when I do, I will post it.

We had a wonderful time! Sometimes it is fun to get all "gussied up" and go out! My dress was a little more fitted than I would normally like but frankly, I was happy that it fit! Jim's pants are a bit long! We decided if we did this more often (formal events) that we would just have him buy a tux. You can only do so much with a rental!

Still, all things considered, we look mighty fine if I do say so myself.

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In an effort to get back on track, I got out this afternoon for 3 miles of run/walk intervals. I can't believe how quickly you can lose fitness! I had a hard time believing that I did a Marathon 30 days ago. Oh well, when you start - it is always at the beginning. At least I have the chance to "start!" I will take it.

Live STRONG!

8 comments:

bunnygirl said...

Wow, thanks for the picture of you and your man stylin'! Funny how a lot of us only see each other in running and cycling togs!

Iron Benny said...

SMOOOOOKIN'!!!!!! You guys look great! So does your handy work in the background. Nice job.

Dawn - Pink Chick said...

Beautiful!

Cliff said...

Woah..what a great couple...

Oldman said...

what great looking couple!

XF-15DCC said...

You guys look great and what a smile!

Come to think about it, in every picture that you post, no matter what you are doing, (running, running some more…still running.) you are ear to ear with a grin.

You know, I remember a little girl that was a “camera ham”. Wonder where she is……

Any how ya’ll look great and you wear your smile well. Keep it up!

Flo said...

You guys look great!!! What fun playing grown up ;)

'Zilla said...

You both look beautiful! Thanks for sharing the pic. And your "handiwork" is great too... Very neat!