Monday, September 01, 2008

Happy Labor Day

Matt suggested a picnic in Central Park for Labor Day (and a certain couple's 18 month anniv...yes, we are still celebrating half year anniversaries:-))

The weather could not have been better so we packed up some chairs and a lunch of fresh baguette, cheese and fruit and headed for the Great Lawn.

People watching was fun...until we watched this guy take his pants off. He was wearing undies but no one wanted to see everything he was offering!

Lovely day, I definitely think a fall picnic is in our future (hint hint:-))!


Blogger Stephanie said...

What a cute couple! :)

3:12 PM  
Blogger Niki said...

Dinner AND a show!! What more could you ask for?

6:06 PM  
Blogger C-Dog said...

Stephanie - who is the cute couple? The dude with his pants off and his chick or Erin and Matt?

Erin - and "hint hint" about what? You want to go on another picnic? You want somebody to take their pants off at a picnic? Inquiring minds want to know.

6:22 PM  
Blogger kelly said...

i think half anniversaries are ok up to 1.5. daniel and i will be going on 2.5 this november and i don't think we'll be celebrating. then again, he might surprise me. in july he reminded me that it was our 4-year dating anniversary... missed that one :-)

1:35 AM  
Anonymous jp said...

Hmmm... NYC in the Fall... a beautiful setting... a beautiful couple... a beautiful white dress?? ;-)

5:54 AM  
Blogger Anuradha said...

I think every day with a loved one should be celebrated :)

ET, this one's a keeper!


10:46 AM  
Blogger Erin said...

C-dog, definitely the former not the latter...ewww...where's the NYPD when you need 'em.

JP, silly, you can't wear white after Labor Day;-)

7:55 AM  
Anonymous jp said...

Well... I can think of at least *one* exception where white after Labor Day would not only be acceptable and (in most cases) preferable, but, dare I even say - expected??

For your sake, though, I'll just say:
"Long live the winter white wool suit!" and keep those other thoughts to myself. For now. :-p

4:26 PM  

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