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My Own 20-Year-Old Infrastructure Project

June 25th, 2008 . by economistmom

Today my husband and I celebrate our 20th wedding anniversary, while out in Nevada and Arizona with our four kids.  So here’s the latest photo of this 20-year-old “human infrastructure” project I’ve been working on–with a lot of help from my husband, of course.  (That’s Lake Mead in the background, taken right before we saw the Hoover Dam.)  Note that I am the 3rd-shortest person in the family, with only my 9-year-old son and 11-year-old daughter still shorter than me, so I’ve managed to construct pretty tall projects just like the Hoover Dam area’s been doing.

4 Responses to “My Own 20-Year-Old Infrastructure Project”

  1. comment number 1 by: Brooks

    Yeah, your sister is taller than you ;-)

  2. comment number 2 by: economistmom

    Brooks, you are too kind. My secret: enjoy life, and do yoga! :)

  3. comment number 3 by: Brooks

    I’ll let you take some credit for looking young, but come on, now, let’s not forget DNA. You’re talkin’ to a guy with a Chinese girlfriend who is 33 and looks 23 (which might look a bit odd, since I’m 43 and look about 42 on a good day)

  4. comment number 4 by: John Bailey

    Great looking family.

    Also it’s like seeing a radio personality. Even though you don’t have any idea what they will look like, it is a total shock when you actually see them.

    Have a great vacation.