Sunday, November 18, 2007

A Year in the Life

It's not everyday you get a year's worth of pictures in one roll of film, but tonight I finally developed a disposable camera I've had since last November. It notched quite a few miles, but always managed to survive trips. This of course begs the question, "What's Greg been up to in the last year?" I'm sure you all care so much, so here's a sample:

November 2006: Phil and Jessica's wedding. Enjoying a drink with one Sen. Andy Hamersen, Esq.

Same night: Post-reception spooning.

December 2006: My sister's graduation from Texas Tech. That's my grandma on the far right, probably admiring some stray cattle. They roam wild in west Texas.

March(ish) 2007: Enjoying someone's drunken misfortune at a friend's cocktail party.

June 2007: Driving back from L.A., the Chief and I spot some covered wagons in the distance. Raping and pillaging ensue.

Last night: Eric and some of his old friends meet in Austin, which is convenient for me, since I live there. It was a lot of fun.

Here's a shot of the entire group at Roux, where we ended up both nights.

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