Then, as I rooted through my box of souveneirs, I came across a bunch of loot from our early days of college. I'm not too sure who started it, but we played a game of tag that lasted over a year. John's very 1st tag was a banner over my college dorm door that read "Tag You're It". I think my response was this pitiful little note I slipped into his chem lab drawer.
It started out simple, but grew a little more elaborate as we tagged each other back and forth. Here are a few of the "tags" I made. In case you get confused, I was the "weird cat" (or girl in triangle dress) and John was the "tom cat".
I was terrible at crocheting--my scarves always twisted and curled, like this cat's tail.
I made the necklace and wood-burned-sign at Hume the summer we worked there together. Here are a few of John's handiworks.
landyards he made at Hume--the girl is supposed to be me:)
I also found a box of old Valentine goods that we made. My boys had a hay-day playing around with all our stuff.
I also found reminents from a complicated scavenger hunt John engineered for our 1st Valentines Day.
an entire box of Valentine's cards to spur me on each step of the way.
So John, if you're reading this, Happy Valentines Day and
TAG, YOU'RE IT!!!!!!