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Lindsey and Gus

Lindsey felt like she should invite her friend from school, Gus, to hang out with some of her church friends. She invited him to a mutual activity a week or so ago, but he had a conflict. So she took him to a Sunday School class party on the lake for some boating fun on Columbus day. They had a nice time, then went swimming at our house afterwards. Gus had a great time and so did Lindsey, and while neither felt very photogenic after just getting out of the pool, I made them smile for the camera anyway.


Callisto said…
He looks like a really nice kid. He's lucky to have such a good friend as Lindsey.
The Roberts said…
Souds like a great event to bring a guest to!
~ Tina said…
WOW... look at all your glass containers on the mantle! Neat collection!
Julie V. said…
Hi Lindsey, you look cute even after swimming!
They look like good friends -- and very cute together! Maybe one day he will convert and they can marry and have a great big house with a white picket fence ..... Ok so I probably shouldn't dream your daughter away... she can stay a kid for a while longer! ;)
Summer Adams said…
Ok, playing "blog catch up" again. Linds looks GORGEOUS on homecoming and I'm lovin' her hair! Please tell her that for me. Glad she's doing missionary work...that a girl!

RS Broadcast looked fun. Glad you all went out. So many new faces since I left. Your backyard looks awesome. What a great trip to Boston, glad you got to do that. You're such the traveler, lucky girl!

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