Thursday, January 24, 2008

Hey, I'm special.

When I was a youngin', my family had a red dinner plate that was reserved for special occasions. Said occasions included good grades, birthdays, sport victories and other notable accomplishments.

Well, it's time to break this sucker out once again. I done got me a promotion. Woo hoo!


Blogger more caffeine, please said...

DETAILS please! So does this mean Hailer's budget just got upped?

3:45 PM

Blogger K19 said...

I love it Jamie! Way to think ahead! Yes- this calls for an UP in Hailers budget!!!!And oh yeah- you should take a few days off from the gym too!!! Congratulations!!

8:27 PM

Blogger : STEVE : said...

Hailey's budget was already fixed. BUT, it does mean she can start shopping for a nanny.

10:54 PM

Anonymous Jeuls said...

hey, we have the same plate! :-)

8:11 AM

Anonymous powpow said...

congrats dogs! duder way wicked! Well deserved. Whats crazy is my family has the exact same plate for special occasions too

8:50 AM

Blogger Mike said...

You are a pimp

11:13 AM

Blogger Hailey Happens said...

I don't know if nanny is in the picture.

11:24 AM

Blogger Robot said...

Hey, we had that same plate growing up! Usually my brother-in-law and I would switch plates on those special days, just to throw my mom off.
Congrats on the promotion, is it now called Crispin, Porter, Babs + Bogusky?

8:45 PM

Blogger aLana said...

we never had that plate. did i miss out on a crucial part of childhood due to this lack of plate celebration? congrats on the promotion though! i vote that hailey gets a cut thrown into this budget of hers! :)

1:22 AM

Blogger +spencer+ said...

yeah, we had that plate in our household as well. it must have been a mormon thing — maybe it was once of the first momonmercials following general conference in 1979 or something.

8:45 PM

Anonymous driver said...

you probably used that plate a lot growing up. remember that one time you wore your sisters dress to school?? THAT WAS AWESOME!!

4:26 PM

Blogger Sarah Nanine said...

Congrats Steve. That is really cool. I also remember you wearing your sister's dress to school. Hope your family is doing well and tell your parents and sister hi from me.

7:33 AM

Anonymous WuddaWaste said...

Dude! Congrats! You definitely deserve it! You're easily the hardest-working guy on TRS! Way to get it, man!

2:00 PM

Anonymous doug said...

nicely done

4:36 PM

Blogger Rachel said...

We now have that plate in our very own household. Spencer's mom gave it to us about a month ago. Woohoo! I feel special.

7:50 PM


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