Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Happy anniversary!

Two weeks after Mr. Carter was sworn in as President of the United States, in the midst of the Great Winter of '77, I finally stole my first kiss from Leslie.

And I'm still stealing them!

Happy 32nd anniversary!

(And I didn't mention that Rumours was released by Fleetwood Mac on the very same day because you would have hated that!)


Anonymous said...

Happy 32nd to you, too! And here's to many more.

(Fleetwood Mac--really?)

Anonymous said...

I must add that I see you have given away my secret (or not so) Mets fixation.

Now no one will take me seriously.

Anonymous said...

Happy Anniversary to both of you!

Anonymous said...

Congratulations! What a great day!

Anonymous said...

Happy Anniversary!

Have a wonderful day.

(And that was the same year of the Talking Heads first album, if I recall.)

Mrs. Stawicki said...

How wonderful!! Congratulations!

I believe they've just begun a Rumours rerelease tour, actually (sans Christine McVie). So I guess that you're both still going strong!

Enjoy your anniversary!

Unknown said...

Happy 32nd! Congratulations on a great journey.

Anonymous said...

Hey- I bring you happy thoughts from the Midwest...

In its brevity, this post tells more about you than the sum total of twenty others here. And that, my friend, is saying something.

COngrats and best wishes!

Anonymous said...

Belated happy one!

And fyi, shortly after you were stealing kisses from Leslie to Rumours, I was in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, enjoying independence and freedom in a summer job away from home and parental control for the first time in my life - I was "Executive Chef" in a tourist restaurant, which means I plopped the mashed potatoes and green peas on the plates of Southern eats, all in the storefront window before the eyes of passing tourists, including a lovely blonde of my own age with whom I fell in transitory puppy love across that magic glass - stealing probably my second (and countless more over the following weeks) kiss (braces-girded Vicky B. was my first) from her later, after I got off work.

The soundtrack for those torrid first-base teen love scenes? Stevie Nicks' "Dreams," of course.

Thanks for the memories and many happy returns.