Tuesday, June 27, 2006

Best decision I ever made...

...was going to the restaurant that night.

I posted this story last year (consider this a summer re-run).

The night we met.

13 comments:

Andrea said...

But...did you ever get those pizza skins?

;) Great story.

Susie said...

I remember this story very well. I love love stories. (I got a little confused because a Susie commented last year about loving pizza skins, and I thought I was losing my mind, because I've never had pizza skins. Other Susie.)

teri said...

still love that story. that was a great decision you made to be there that night! and her even better decision to marry you, considering how you are and all...

also love your semi stories of Philly considering I live across the bridge.

Anonymous said...

I thought you were the Mayor of A - Town

Stacie said...

You must have told this story before I "met" you. I loved it. At first I was thinking Lauren must be the manager, but then when you started describing what the waitress was wearing, I knew that was her. No way a guy notices what someone is wearing and remembers it years later unless it was his future wife! Sweet story...good thing the manager screwed up your order huh? Stacie

Sharpie said...

That's awesome. Fate.

eclectic said...

Still just as touching. Congrats all over again.

N said...

william~

i am visiting your blog from your post on my blog, which you got to from kalki's blog... wow, head spinning yet?

anyways... first and foremost, your blog is hilarious and this story is beyond cool. secondly, i felt more comfortable answering your questions to me on your blog instead of mine (i leave the personal stuff out over there...)

so the answers are...

#1- yes, kalki is a longtime friend of mine. if you can find your way to my first post ever on my blog, you'll learn how we came to be. if you love kalki, you'll love the story.

#2- pasion, on 15th & walnut, under chef guillermo pernot- if you are from philly, i'm sure you know the place

#2 fox chase cancer center, actually. its a commute, but it is so very worth it. the nursing standards there are so much higher than those hospitals in the inner city. never thought i'd do oncology, but have fallen in love with it.

thanks for the inquiry. oh, and you may or may not have the cutest kids known to man. seriously.

~n

Effie said...

Happy meeting anniversary again!

McSwain said...

I loved that story the first time. You guys are quite lucky to have each other.

other susie said...

I still love pizza skins.

judypatooote said...

That is such an awesome story... but I'm still trying to figure out what pizza skins are.....I know potato skins....????

Amanda said...

I read that post last year. You are so sweet.

I hope you and Lauren have many more wonderful years. Congrats!!!

Your boys are beautiful!! I have girls, my life is totally different.