OT: Seven Year Itch - Celebrating an Anniversary

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OT: Seven Year Itch - Celebrating an Anniversary

snoballz
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April 29th, 2012, 5:26 pm #1

Well, there are all kinds of speculation as to why people aren't posting as much. Personally, many friendships borne here throughout the years have become friends on Facebook and well, call me lazy but it's just simple uploading pics there.

With that said, p.com is where I met countless of people and several are very dear friends whom aren't on FB. Also, p.com has humored me and allowed me to post non-Panerai ("OT") related posts to share with friends and I'm very thankful for that.

So I thought, I'd share what apparently will be the seven year itch as my wife, Alix and I celebrate our 7th anniversary.

It started at a new Japanese joint in Greenwich Village (NYC) opened by two chefs from Masa. The omakase menu was terrific. On a Michelin scale... probably fork and spoon but wouldn't be surprised by one star given how generous they've become doling stars.


Who said life let alone marriage is like a box of chocolates?! It's more like a comic book.


There are the occasional, ok, several trials and tribulations in a marriage. Several more to come. But overall...


In the seven years, I did get one thing right (ok, two. More on that later).


I do love my sport but unfortunately I root for under-performing teams. However, this year could be a repeat of 1994 with the Blueshirts hoisting Lord Stanley's Cup! A lot of jostling and smack talking via text... I think Geoff, Charles, Micah, Brian, and a few other are gonna be over their service limits! Anyway, Geoff has become a very close friend and one of the most generous guy around these parts. I got a last minute phone call and away I go...


Not good...


Past...


Future...


Winning...


Fortunate to bump into a Rangers legend, Adam Graves who autographed a promotional t-shirt for my son, Miles.


After the game, it was time to get for me to meet Alix to get some culture. Talk about an emotional roller coaster... the euphoric high of watching the Rangers win to the tragic low of a death of a salesman.


Thanks again for humoring me and making it this far. Oh, the other thing I got right, marrying this woman...


Yeah, she is not one for photos but one of the most patient, forgiving, and beautiful person.

The seven year itch is a myth unless it's the scar from the abscess on my behind!

TMI, dad! How embarrassing.


Cheers!








-luke

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April 29th, 2012, 5:37 pm #2

to your 7th anniversary.

And good to meet you both down under... many priceless memories and lot fun!

Cheers over the pond,
Volker

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April 29th, 2012, 6:13 pm #3

Well, there are all kinds of speculation as to why people aren't posting as much. Personally, many friendships borne here throughout the years have become friends on Facebook and well, call me lazy but it's just simple uploading pics there.

With that said, p.com is where I met countless of people and several are very dear friends whom aren't on FB. Also, p.com has humored me and allowed me to post non-Panerai ("OT") related posts to share with friends and I'm very thankful for that.

So I thought, I'd share what apparently will be the seven year itch as my wife, Alix and I celebrate our 7th anniversary.

It started at a new Japanese joint in Greenwich Village (NYC) opened by two chefs from Masa. The omakase menu was terrific. On a Michelin scale... probably fork and spoon but wouldn't be surprised by one star given how generous they've become doling stars.


Who said life let alone marriage is like a box of chocolates?! It's more like a comic book.


There are the occasional, ok, several trials and tribulations in a marriage. Several more to come. But overall...


In the seven years, I did get one thing right (ok, two. More on that later).


I do love my sport but unfortunately I root for under-performing teams. However, this year could be a repeat of 1994 with the Blueshirts hoisting Lord Stanley's Cup! A lot of jostling and smack talking via text... I think Geoff, Charles, Micah, Brian, and a few other are gonna be over their service limits! Anyway, Geoff has become a very close friend and one of the most generous guy around these parts. I got a last minute phone call and away I go...


Not good...


Past...


Future...


Winning...


Fortunate to bump into a Rangers legend, Adam Graves who autographed a promotional t-shirt for my son, Miles.


After the game, it was time to get for me to meet Alix to get some culture. Talk about an emotional roller coaster... the euphoric high of watching the Rangers win to the tragic low of a death of a salesman.


Thanks again for humoring me and making it this far. Oh, the other thing I got right, marrying this woman...


Yeah, she is not one for photos but one of the most patient, forgiving, and beautiful person.

The seven year itch is a myth unless it's the scar from the abscess on my behind!

TMI, dad! How embarrassing.


Cheers!








-luke

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April 29th, 2012, 6:16 pm #4

Well, there are all kinds of speculation as to why people aren't posting as much. Personally, many friendships borne here throughout the years have become friends on Facebook and well, call me lazy but it's just simple uploading pics there.

With that said, p.com is where I met countless of people and several are very dear friends whom aren't on FB. Also, p.com has humored me and allowed me to post non-Panerai ("OT") related posts to share with friends and I'm very thankful for that.

So I thought, I'd share what apparently will be the seven year itch as my wife, Alix and I celebrate our 7th anniversary.

It started at a new Japanese joint in Greenwich Village (NYC) opened by two chefs from Masa. The omakase menu was terrific. On a Michelin scale... probably fork and spoon but wouldn't be surprised by one star given how generous they've become doling stars.


Who said life let alone marriage is like a box of chocolates?! It's more like a comic book.


There are the occasional, ok, several trials and tribulations in a marriage. Several more to come. But overall...


In the seven years, I did get one thing right (ok, two. More on that later).


I do love my sport but unfortunately I root for under-performing teams. However, this year could be a repeat of 1994 with the Blueshirts hoisting Lord Stanley's Cup! A lot of jostling and smack talking via text... I think Geoff, Charles, Micah, Brian, and a few other are gonna be over their service limits! Anyway, Geoff has become a very close friend and one of the most generous guy around these parts. I got a last minute phone call and away I go...


Not good...


Past...


Future...


Winning...


Fortunate to bump into a Rangers legend, Adam Graves who autographed a promotional t-shirt for my son, Miles.


After the game, it was time to get for me to meet Alix to get some culture. Talk about an emotional roller coaster... the euphoric high of watching the Rangers win to the tragic low of a death of a salesman.


Thanks again for humoring me and making it this far. Oh, the other thing I got right, marrying this woman...


Yeah, she is not one for photos but one of the most patient, forgiving, and beautiful person.

The seven year itch is a myth unless it's the scar from the abscess on my behind!

TMI, dad! How embarrassing.


Cheers!








-luke

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April 29th, 2012, 6:25 pm #5

Well, there are all kinds of speculation as to why people aren't posting as much. Personally, many friendships borne here throughout the years have become friends on Facebook and well, call me lazy but it's just simple uploading pics there.

With that said, p.com is where I met countless of people and several are very dear friends whom aren't on FB. Also, p.com has humored me and allowed me to post non-Panerai ("OT") related posts to share with friends and I'm very thankful for that.

So I thought, I'd share what apparently will be the seven year itch as my wife, Alix and I celebrate our 7th anniversary.

It started at a new Japanese joint in Greenwich Village (NYC) opened by two chefs from Masa. The omakase menu was terrific. On a Michelin scale... probably fork and spoon but wouldn't be surprised by one star given how generous they've become doling stars.


Who said life let alone marriage is like a box of chocolates?! It's more like a comic book.


There are the occasional, ok, several trials and tribulations in a marriage. Several more to come. But overall...


In the seven years, I did get one thing right (ok, two. More on that later).


I do love my sport but unfortunately I root for under-performing teams. However, this year could be a repeat of 1994 with the Blueshirts hoisting Lord Stanley's Cup! A lot of jostling and smack talking via text... I think Geoff, Charles, Micah, Brian, and a few other are gonna be over their service limits! Anyway, Geoff has become a very close friend and one of the most generous guy around these parts. I got a last minute phone call and away I go...


Not good...


Past...


Future...


Winning...


Fortunate to bump into a Rangers legend, Adam Graves who autographed a promotional t-shirt for my son, Miles.


After the game, it was time to get for me to meet Alix to get some culture. Talk about an emotional roller coaster... the euphoric high of watching the Rangers win to the tragic low of a death of a salesman.


Thanks again for humoring me and making it this far. Oh, the other thing I got right, marrying this woman...


Yeah, she is not one for photos but one of the most patient, forgiving, and beautiful person.

The seven year itch is a myth unless it's the scar from the abscess on my behind!

TMI, dad! How embarrassing.


Cheers!








-luke

A wife and family certainly count among life's greatest blessings!

Cheers...

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ERSanchez
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April 29th, 2012, 6:28 pm #6

Well, there are all kinds of speculation as to why people aren't posting as much. Personally, many friendships borne here throughout the years have become friends on Facebook and well, call me lazy but it's just simple uploading pics there.

With that said, p.com is where I met countless of people and several are very dear friends whom aren't on FB. Also, p.com has humored me and allowed me to post non-Panerai ("OT") related posts to share with friends and I'm very thankful for that.

So I thought, I'd share what apparently will be the seven year itch as my wife, Alix and I celebrate our 7th anniversary.

It started at a new Japanese joint in Greenwich Village (NYC) opened by two chefs from Masa. The omakase menu was terrific. On a Michelin scale... probably fork and spoon but wouldn't be surprised by one star given how generous they've become doling stars.


Who said life let alone marriage is like a box of chocolates?! It's more like a comic book.


There are the occasional, ok, several trials and tribulations in a marriage. Several more to come. But overall...


In the seven years, I did get one thing right (ok, two. More on that later).


I do love my sport but unfortunately I root for under-performing teams. However, this year could be a repeat of 1994 with the Blueshirts hoisting Lord Stanley's Cup! A lot of jostling and smack talking via text... I think Geoff, Charles, Micah, Brian, and a few other are gonna be over their service limits! Anyway, Geoff has become a very close friend and one of the most generous guy around these parts. I got a last minute phone call and away I go...


Not good...


Past...


Future...


Winning...


Fortunate to bump into a Rangers legend, Adam Graves who autographed a promotional t-shirt for my son, Miles.


After the game, it was time to get for me to meet Alix to get some culture. Talk about an emotional roller coaster... the euphoric high of watching the Rangers win to the tragic low of a death of a salesman.


Thanks again for humoring me and making it this far. Oh, the other thing I got right, marrying this woman...


Yeah, she is not one for photos but one of the most patient, forgiving, and beautiful person.

The seven year itch is a myth unless it's the scar from the abscess on my behind!

TMI, dad! How embarrassing.


Cheers!








-luke

I really enjoyed your post....and your friendship!!!

Cheers mate!!!

Eddie "Sharkman" Sanchez

"It's all about the patina, Baby!"

P U R A V I D A !




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April 29th, 2012, 6:36 pm #7

Well, there are all kinds of speculation as to why people aren't posting as much. Personally, many friendships borne here throughout the years have become friends on Facebook and well, call me lazy but it's just simple uploading pics there.

With that said, p.com is where I met countless of people and several are very dear friends whom aren't on FB. Also, p.com has humored me and allowed me to post non-Panerai ("OT") related posts to share with friends and I'm very thankful for that.

So I thought, I'd share what apparently will be the seven year itch as my wife, Alix and I celebrate our 7th anniversary.

It started at a new Japanese joint in Greenwich Village (NYC) opened by two chefs from Masa. The omakase menu was terrific. On a Michelin scale... probably fork and spoon but wouldn't be surprised by one star given how generous they've become doling stars.


Who said life let alone marriage is like a box of chocolates?! It's more like a comic book.


There are the occasional, ok, several trials and tribulations in a marriage. Several more to come. But overall...


In the seven years, I did get one thing right (ok, two. More on that later).


I do love my sport but unfortunately I root for under-performing teams. However, this year could be a repeat of 1994 with the Blueshirts hoisting Lord Stanley's Cup! A lot of jostling and smack talking via text... I think Geoff, Charles, Micah, Brian, and a few other are gonna be over their service limits! Anyway, Geoff has become a very close friend and one of the most generous guy around these parts. I got a last minute phone call and away I go...


Not good...


Past...


Future...


Winning...


Fortunate to bump into a Rangers legend, Adam Graves who autographed a promotional t-shirt for my son, Miles.


After the game, it was time to get for me to meet Alix to get some culture. Talk about an emotional roller coaster... the euphoric high of watching the Rangers win to the tragic low of a death of a salesman.


Thanks again for humoring me and making it this far. Oh, the other thing I got right, marrying this woman...


Yeah, she is not one for photos but one of the most patient, forgiving, and beautiful person.

The seven year itch is a myth unless it's the scar from the abscess on my behind!

TMI, dad! How embarrassing.


Cheers!








-luke

Congrats on your seventh anniversary, and of course to all of the blessings in your life.


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April 29th, 2012, 6:43 pm #8

Well, there are all kinds of speculation as to why people aren't posting as much. Personally, many friendships borne here throughout the years have become friends on Facebook and well, call me lazy but it's just simple uploading pics there.

With that said, p.com is where I met countless of people and several are very dear friends whom aren't on FB. Also, p.com has humored me and allowed me to post non-Panerai ("OT") related posts to share with friends and I'm very thankful for that.

So I thought, I'd share what apparently will be the seven year itch as my wife, Alix and I celebrate our 7th anniversary.

It started at a new Japanese joint in Greenwich Village (NYC) opened by two chefs from Masa. The omakase menu was terrific. On a Michelin scale... probably fork and spoon but wouldn't be surprised by one star given how generous they've become doling stars.


Who said life let alone marriage is like a box of chocolates?! It's more like a comic book.


There are the occasional, ok, several trials and tribulations in a marriage. Several more to come. But overall...


In the seven years, I did get one thing right (ok, two. More on that later).


I do love my sport but unfortunately I root for under-performing teams. However, this year could be a repeat of 1994 with the Blueshirts hoisting Lord Stanley's Cup! A lot of jostling and smack talking via text... I think Geoff, Charles, Micah, Brian, and a few other are gonna be over their service limits! Anyway, Geoff has become a very close friend and one of the most generous guy around these parts. I got a last minute phone call and away I go...


Not good...


Past...


Future...


Winning...


Fortunate to bump into a Rangers legend, Adam Graves who autographed a promotional t-shirt for my son, Miles.


After the game, it was time to get for me to meet Alix to get some culture. Talk about an emotional roller coaster... the euphoric high of watching the Rangers win to the tragic low of a death of a salesman.


Thanks again for humoring me and making it this far. Oh, the other thing I got right, marrying this woman...


Yeah, she is not one for photos but one of the most patient, forgiving, and beautiful person.

The seven year itch is a myth unless it's the scar from the abscess on my behind!

TMI, dad! How embarrassing.


Cheers!








-luke

Soppy post brother - and I love it!

Keep on keeping on.

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April 29th, 2012, 7:02 pm #9

Well, there are all kinds of speculation as to why people aren't posting as much. Personally, many friendships borne here throughout the years have become friends on Facebook and well, call me lazy but it's just simple uploading pics there.

With that said, p.com is where I met countless of people and several are very dear friends whom aren't on FB. Also, p.com has humored me and allowed me to post non-Panerai ("OT") related posts to share with friends and I'm very thankful for that.

So I thought, I'd share what apparently will be the seven year itch as my wife, Alix and I celebrate our 7th anniversary.

It started at a new Japanese joint in Greenwich Village (NYC) opened by two chefs from Masa. The omakase menu was terrific. On a Michelin scale... probably fork and spoon but wouldn't be surprised by one star given how generous they've become doling stars.


Who said life let alone marriage is like a box of chocolates?! It's more like a comic book.


There are the occasional, ok, several trials and tribulations in a marriage. Several more to come. But overall...


In the seven years, I did get one thing right (ok, two. More on that later).


I do love my sport but unfortunately I root for under-performing teams. However, this year could be a repeat of 1994 with the Blueshirts hoisting Lord Stanley's Cup! A lot of jostling and smack talking via text... I think Geoff, Charles, Micah, Brian, and a few other are gonna be over their service limits! Anyway, Geoff has become a very close friend and one of the most generous guy around these parts. I got a last minute phone call and away I go...


Not good...


Past...


Future...


Winning...


Fortunate to bump into a Rangers legend, Adam Graves who autographed a promotional t-shirt for my son, Miles.


After the game, it was time to get for me to meet Alix to get some culture. Talk about an emotional roller coaster... the euphoric high of watching the Rangers win to the tragic low of a death of a salesman.


Thanks again for humoring me and making it this far. Oh, the other thing I got right, marrying this woman...


Yeah, she is not one for photos but one of the most patient, forgiving, and beautiful person.

The seven year itch is a myth unless it's the scar from the abscess on my behind!

TMI, dad! How embarrassing.


Cheers!








-luke

Or the " FO " feature
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April 29th, 2012, 7:06 pm #10

Well, there are all kinds of speculation as to why people aren't posting as much. Personally, many friendships borne here throughout the years have become friends on Facebook and well, call me lazy but it's just simple uploading pics there.

With that said, p.com is where I met countless of people and several are very dear friends whom aren't on FB. Also, p.com has humored me and allowed me to post non-Panerai ("OT") related posts to share with friends and I'm very thankful for that.

So I thought, I'd share what apparently will be the seven year itch as my wife, Alix and I celebrate our 7th anniversary.

It started at a new Japanese joint in Greenwich Village (NYC) opened by two chefs from Masa. The omakase menu was terrific. On a Michelin scale... probably fork and spoon but wouldn't be surprised by one star given how generous they've become doling stars.


Who said life let alone marriage is like a box of chocolates?! It's more like a comic book.


There are the occasional, ok, several trials and tribulations in a marriage. Several more to come. But overall...


In the seven years, I did get one thing right (ok, two. More on that later).


I do love my sport but unfortunately I root for under-performing teams. However, this year could be a repeat of 1994 with the Blueshirts hoisting Lord Stanley's Cup! A lot of jostling and smack talking via text... I think Geoff, Charles, Micah, Brian, and a few other are gonna be over their service limits! Anyway, Geoff has become a very close friend and one of the most generous guy around these parts. I got a last minute phone call and away I go...


Not good...


Past...


Future...


Winning...


Fortunate to bump into a Rangers legend, Adam Graves who autographed a promotional t-shirt for my son, Miles.


After the game, it was time to get for me to meet Alix to get some culture. Talk about an emotional roller coaster... the euphoric high of watching the Rangers win to the tragic low of a death of a salesman.


Thanks again for humoring me and making it this far. Oh, the other thing I got right, marrying this woman...


Yeah, she is not one for photos but one of the most patient, forgiving, and beautiful person.

The seven year itch is a myth unless it's the scar from the abscess on my behind!

TMI, dad! How embarrassing.


Cheers!








-luke

Wishing you and Alix another wonderful year together.

And thanks for the very kind words, and some truly great times and memories.

Let's cap it all off with a sweeping Cup victory next month!!

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April 29th, 2012, 7:10 pm #11

Well, there are all kinds of speculation as to why people aren't posting as much. Personally, many friendships borne here throughout the years have become friends on Facebook and well, call me lazy but it's just simple uploading pics there.

With that said, p.com is where I met countless of people and several are very dear friends whom aren't on FB. Also, p.com has humored me and allowed me to post non-Panerai ("OT") related posts to share with friends and I'm very thankful for that.

So I thought, I'd share what apparently will be the seven year itch as my wife, Alix and I celebrate our 7th anniversary.

It started at a new Japanese joint in Greenwich Village (NYC) opened by two chefs from Masa. The omakase menu was terrific. On a Michelin scale... probably fork and spoon but wouldn't be surprised by one star given how generous they've become doling stars.


Who said life let alone marriage is like a box of chocolates?! It's more like a comic book.


There are the occasional, ok, several trials and tribulations in a marriage. Several more to come. But overall...


In the seven years, I did get one thing right (ok, two. More on that later).


I do love my sport but unfortunately I root for under-performing teams. However, this year could be a repeat of 1994 with the Blueshirts hoisting Lord Stanley's Cup! A lot of jostling and smack talking via text... I think Geoff, Charles, Micah, Brian, and a few other are gonna be over their service limits! Anyway, Geoff has become a very close friend and one of the most generous guy around these parts. I got a last minute phone call and away I go...


Not good...


Past...


Future...


Winning...


Fortunate to bump into a Rangers legend, Adam Graves who autographed a promotional t-shirt for my son, Miles.


After the game, it was time to get for me to meet Alix to get some culture. Talk about an emotional roller coaster... the euphoric high of watching the Rangers win to the tragic low of a death of a salesman.


Thanks again for humoring me and making it this far. Oh, the other thing I got right, marrying this woman...


Yeah, she is not one for photos but one of the most patient, forgiving, and beautiful person.

The seven year itch is a myth unless it's the scar from the abscess on my behind!

TMI, dad! How embarrassing.


Cheers!








-luke

two ??? nt
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April 29th, 2012, 7:14 pm #12

Well, there are all kinds of speculation as to why people aren't posting as much. Personally, many friendships borne here throughout the years have become friends on Facebook and well, call me lazy but it's just simple uploading pics there.

With that said, p.com is where I met countless of people and several are very dear friends whom aren't on FB. Also, p.com has humored me and allowed me to post non-Panerai ("OT") related posts to share with friends and I'm very thankful for that.

So I thought, I'd share what apparently will be the seven year itch as my wife, Alix and I celebrate our 7th anniversary.

It started at a new Japanese joint in Greenwich Village (NYC) opened by two chefs from Masa. The omakase menu was terrific. On a Michelin scale... probably fork and spoon but wouldn't be surprised by one star given how generous they've become doling stars.


Who said life let alone marriage is like a box of chocolates?! It's more like a comic book.


There are the occasional, ok, several trials and tribulations in a marriage. Several more to come. But overall...


In the seven years, I did get one thing right (ok, two. More on that later).


I do love my sport but unfortunately I root for under-performing teams. However, this year could be a repeat of 1994 with the Blueshirts hoisting Lord Stanley's Cup! A lot of jostling and smack talking via text... I think Geoff, Charles, Micah, Brian, and a few other are gonna be over their service limits! Anyway, Geoff has become a very close friend and one of the most generous guy around these parts. I got a last minute phone call and away I go...


Not good...


Past...


Future...


Winning...


Fortunate to bump into a Rangers legend, Adam Graves who autographed a promotional t-shirt for my son, Miles.


After the game, it was time to get for me to meet Alix to get some culture. Talk about an emotional roller coaster... the euphoric high of watching the Rangers win to the tragic low of a death of a salesman.


Thanks again for humoring me and making it this far. Oh, the other thing I got right, marrying this woman...


Yeah, she is not one for photos but one of the most patient, forgiving, and beautiful person.

The seven year itch is a myth unless it's the scar from the abscess on my behind!

TMI, dad! How embarrassing.


Cheers!








-luke

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April 29th, 2012, 7:46 pm #13

Well, there are all kinds of speculation as to why people aren't posting as much. Personally, many friendships borne here throughout the years have become friends on Facebook and well, call me lazy but it's just simple uploading pics there.

With that said, p.com is where I met countless of people and several are very dear friends whom aren't on FB. Also, p.com has humored me and allowed me to post non-Panerai ("OT") related posts to share with friends and I'm very thankful for that.

So I thought, I'd share what apparently will be the seven year itch as my wife, Alix and I celebrate our 7th anniversary.

It started at a new Japanese joint in Greenwich Village (NYC) opened by two chefs from Masa. The omakase menu was terrific. On a Michelin scale... probably fork and spoon but wouldn't be surprised by one star given how generous they've become doling stars.


Who said life let alone marriage is like a box of chocolates?! It's more like a comic book.


There are the occasional, ok, several trials and tribulations in a marriage. Several more to come. But overall...


In the seven years, I did get one thing right (ok, two. More on that later).


I do love my sport but unfortunately I root for under-performing teams. However, this year could be a repeat of 1994 with the Blueshirts hoisting Lord Stanley's Cup! A lot of jostling and smack talking via text... I think Geoff, Charles, Micah, Brian, and a few other are gonna be over their service limits! Anyway, Geoff has become a very close friend and one of the most generous guy around these parts. I got a last minute phone call and away I go...


Not good...


Past...


Future...


Winning...


Fortunate to bump into a Rangers legend, Adam Graves who autographed a promotional t-shirt for my son, Miles.


After the game, it was time to get for me to meet Alix to get some culture. Talk about an emotional roller coaster... the euphoric high of watching the Rangers win to the tragic low of a death of a salesman.


Thanks again for humoring me and making it this far. Oh, the other thing I got right, marrying this woman...


Yeah, she is not one for photos but one of the most patient, forgiving, and beautiful person.

The seven year itch is a myth unless it's the scar from the abscess on my behind!

TMI, dad! How embarrassing.


Cheers!








-luke

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April 29th, 2012, 7:58 pm #14

Well, there are all kinds of speculation as to why people aren't posting as much. Personally, many friendships borne here throughout the years have become friends on Facebook and well, call me lazy but it's just simple uploading pics there.

With that said, p.com is where I met countless of people and several are very dear friends whom aren't on FB. Also, p.com has humored me and allowed me to post non-Panerai ("OT") related posts to share with friends and I'm very thankful for that.

So I thought, I'd share what apparently will be the seven year itch as my wife, Alix and I celebrate our 7th anniversary.

It started at a new Japanese joint in Greenwich Village (NYC) opened by two chefs from Masa. The omakase menu was terrific. On a Michelin scale... probably fork and spoon but wouldn't be surprised by one star given how generous they've become doling stars.


Who said life let alone marriage is like a box of chocolates?! It's more like a comic book.


There are the occasional, ok, several trials and tribulations in a marriage. Several more to come. But overall...


In the seven years, I did get one thing right (ok, two. More on that later).


I do love my sport but unfortunately I root for under-performing teams. However, this year could be a repeat of 1994 with the Blueshirts hoisting Lord Stanley's Cup! A lot of jostling and smack talking via text... I think Geoff, Charles, Micah, Brian, and a few other are gonna be over their service limits! Anyway, Geoff has become a very close friend and one of the most generous guy around these parts. I got a last minute phone call and away I go...


Not good...


Past...


Future...


Winning...


Fortunate to bump into a Rangers legend, Adam Graves who autographed a promotional t-shirt for my son, Miles.


After the game, it was time to get for me to meet Alix to get some culture. Talk about an emotional roller coaster... the euphoric high of watching the Rangers win to the tragic low of a death of a salesman.


Thanks again for humoring me and making it this far. Oh, the other thing I got right, marrying this woman...


Yeah, she is not one for photos but one of the most patient, forgiving, and beautiful person.

The seven year itch is a myth unless it's the scar from the abscess on my behind!

TMI, dad! How embarrassing.


Cheers!








-luke

Priceless to have family like yours!! Congratulations!!!

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April 29th, 2012, 7:58 pm #15

Well, there are all kinds of speculation as to why people aren't posting as much. Personally, many friendships borne here throughout the years have become friends on Facebook and well, call me lazy but it's just simple uploading pics there.

With that said, p.com is where I met countless of people and several are very dear friends whom aren't on FB. Also, p.com has humored me and allowed me to post non-Panerai ("OT") related posts to share with friends and I'm very thankful for that.

So I thought, I'd share what apparently will be the seven year itch as my wife, Alix and I celebrate our 7th anniversary.

It started at a new Japanese joint in Greenwich Village (NYC) opened by two chefs from Masa. The omakase menu was terrific. On a Michelin scale... probably fork and spoon but wouldn't be surprised by one star given how generous they've become doling stars.


Who said life let alone marriage is like a box of chocolates?! It's more like a comic book.


There are the occasional, ok, several trials and tribulations in a marriage. Several more to come. But overall...


In the seven years, I did get one thing right (ok, two. More on that later).


I do love my sport but unfortunately I root for under-performing teams. However, this year could be a repeat of 1994 with the Blueshirts hoisting Lord Stanley's Cup! A lot of jostling and smack talking via text... I think Geoff, Charles, Micah, Brian, and a few other are gonna be over their service limits! Anyway, Geoff has become a very close friend and one of the most generous guy around these parts. I got a last minute phone call and away I go...


Not good...


Past...


Future...


Winning...


Fortunate to bump into a Rangers legend, Adam Graves who autographed a promotional t-shirt for my son, Miles.


After the game, it was time to get for me to meet Alix to get some culture. Talk about an emotional roller coaster... the euphoric high of watching the Rangers win to the tragic low of a death of a salesman.


Thanks again for humoring me and making it this far. Oh, the other thing I got right, marrying this woman...


Yeah, she is not one for photos but one of the most patient, forgiving, and beautiful person.

The seven year itch is a myth unless it's the scar from the abscess on my behind!

TMI, dad! How embarrassing.


Cheers!








-luke

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April 29th, 2012, 8:09 pm #16

Well, there are all kinds of speculation as to why people aren't posting as much. Personally, many friendships borne here throughout the years have become friends on Facebook and well, call me lazy but it's just simple uploading pics there.

With that said, p.com is where I met countless of people and several are very dear friends whom aren't on FB. Also, p.com has humored me and allowed me to post non-Panerai ("OT") related posts to share with friends and I'm very thankful for that.

So I thought, I'd share what apparently will be the seven year itch as my wife, Alix and I celebrate our 7th anniversary.

It started at a new Japanese joint in Greenwich Village (NYC) opened by two chefs from Masa. The omakase menu was terrific. On a Michelin scale... probably fork and spoon but wouldn't be surprised by one star given how generous they've become doling stars.


Who said life let alone marriage is like a box of chocolates?! It's more like a comic book.


There are the occasional, ok, several trials and tribulations in a marriage. Several more to come. But overall...


In the seven years, I did get one thing right (ok, two. More on that later).


I do love my sport but unfortunately I root for under-performing teams. However, this year could be a repeat of 1994 with the Blueshirts hoisting Lord Stanley's Cup! A lot of jostling and smack talking via text... I think Geoff, Charles, Micah, Brian, and a few other are gonna be over their service limits! Anyway, Geoff has become a very close friend and one of the most generous guy around these parts. I got a last minute phone call and away I go...


Not good...


Past...


Future...


Winning...


Fortunate to bump into a Rangers legend, Adam Graves who autographed a promotional t-shirt for my son, Miles.


After the game, it was time to get for me to meet Alix to get some culture. Talk about an emotional roller coaster... the euphoric high of watching the Rangers win to the tragic low of a death of a salesman.


Thanks again for humoring me and making it this far. Oh, the other thing I got right, marrying this woman...


Yeah, she is not one for photos but one of the most patient, forgiving, and beautiful person.

The seven year itch is a myth unless it's the scar from the abscess on my behind!

TMI, dad! How embarrassing.


Cheers!








-luke

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April 29th, 2012, 8:18 pm #17

Well, there are all kinds of speculation as to why people aren't posting as much. Personally, many friendships borne here throughout the years have become friends on Facebook and well, call me lazy but it's just simple uploading pics there.

With that said, p.com is where I met countless of people and several are very dear friends whom aren't on FB. Also, p.com has humored me and allowed me to post non-Panerai ("OT") related posts to share with friends and I'm very thankful for that.

So I thought, I'd share what apparently will be the seven year itch as my wife, Alix and I celebrate our 7th anniversary.

It started at a new Japanese joint in Greenwich Village (NYC) opened by two chefs from Masa. The omakase menu was terrific. On a Michelin scale... probably fork and spoon but wouldn't be surprised by one star given how generous they've become doling stars.


Who said life let alone marriage is like a box of chocolates?! It's more like a comic book.


There are the occasional, ok, several trials and tribulations in a marriage. Several more to come. But overall...


In the seven years, I did get one thing right (ok, two. More on that later).


I do love my sport but unfortunately I root for under-performing teams. However, this year could be a repeat of 1994 with the Blueshirts hoisting Lord Stanley's Cup! A lot of jostling and smack talking via text... I think Geoff, Charles, Micah, Brian, and a few other are gonna be over their service limits! Anyway, Geoff has become a very close friend and one of the most generous guy around these parts. I got a last minute phone call and away I go...


Not good...


Past...


Future...


Winning...


Fortunate to bump into a Rangers legend, Adam Graves who autographed a promotional t-shirt for my son, Miles.


After the game, it was time to get for me to meet Alix to get some culture. Talk about an emotional roller coaster... the euphoric high of watching the Rangers win to the tragic low of a death of a salesman.


Thanks again for humoring me and making it this far. Oh, the other thing I got right, marrying this woman...


Yeah, she is not one for photos but one of the most patient, forgiving, and beautiful person.

The seven year itch is a myth unless it's the scar from the abscess on my behind!

TMI, dad! How embarrassing.


Cheers!








-luke

Congrats and thanks for sharing.

PS: I'm feeling Flyers/Rangers in a couple of weeks.

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April 29th, 2012, 8:18 pm #18

Well, there are all kinds of speculation as to why people aren't posting as much. Personally, many friendships borne here throughout the years have become friends on Facebook and well, call me lazy but it's just simple uploading pics there.

With that said, p.com is where I met countless of people and several are very dear friends whom aren't on FB. Also, p.com has humored me and allowed me to post non-Panerai ("OT") related posts to share with friends and I'm very thankful for that.

So I thought, I'd share what apparently will be the seven year itch as my wife, Alix and I celebrate our 7th anniversary.

It started at a new Japanese joint in Greenwich Village (NYC) opened by two chefs from Masa. The omakase menu was terrific. On a Michelin scale... probably fork and spoon but wouldn't be surprised by one star given how generous they've become doling stars.


Who said life let alone marriage is like a box of chocolates?! It's more like a comic book.


There are the occasional, ok, several trials and tribulations in a marriage. Several more to come. But overall...


In the seven years, I did get one thing right (ok, two. More on that later).


I do love my sport but unfortunately I root for under-performing teams. However, this year could be a repeat of 1994 with the Blueshirts hoisting Lord Stanley's Cup! A lot of jostling and smack talking via text... I think Geoff, Charles, Micah, Brian, and a few other are gonna be over their service limits! Anyway, Geoff has become a very close friend and one of the most generous guy around these parts. I got a last minute phone call and away I go...


Not good...


Past...


Future...


Winning...


Fortunate to bump into a Rangers legend, Adam Graves who autographed a promotional t-shirt for my son, Miles.


After the game, it was time to get for me to meet Alix to get some culture. Talk about an emotional roller coaster... the euphoric high of watching the Rangers win to the tragic low of a death of a salesman.


Thanks again for humoring me and making it this far. Oh, the other thing I got right, marrying this woman...


Yeah, she is not one for photos but one of the most patient, forgiving, and beautiful person.

The seven year itch is a myth unless it's the scar from the abscess on my behind!

TMI, dad! How embarrassing.


Cheers!








-luke

If the two of you (three for that matter) can make it 7 years and she is still putting up with all the watch shenanigans I think you're in a great place! Well done and here'e to decades of happiness for you and your family!

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April 29th, 2012, 8:36 pm #19

Well, there are all kinds of speculation as to why people aren't posting as much. Personally, many friendships borne here throughout the years have become friends on Facebook and well, call me lazy but it's just simple uploading pics there.

With that said, p.com is where I met countless of people and several are very dear friends whom aren't on FB. Also, p.com has humored me and allowed me to post non-Panerai ("OT") related posts to share with friends and I'm very thankful for that.

So I thought, I'd share what apparently will be the seven year itch as my wife, Alix and I celebrate our 7th anniversary.

It started at a new Japanese joint in Greenwich Village (NYC) opened by two chefs from Masa. The omakase menu was terrific. On a Michelin scale... probably fork and spoon but wouldn't be surprised by one star given how generous they've become doling stars.


Who said life let alone marriage is like a box of chocolates?! It's more like a comic book.


There are the occasional, ok, several trials and tribulations in a marriage. Several more to come. But overall...


In the seven years, I did get one thing right (ok, two. More on that later).


I do love my sport but unfortunately I root for under-performing teams. However, this year could be a repeat of 1994 with the Blueshirts hoisting Lord Stanley's Cup! A lot of jostling and smack talking via text... I think Geoff, Charles, Micah, Brian, and a few other are gonna be over their service limits! Anyway, Geoff has become a very close friend and one of the most generous guy around these parts. I got a last minute phone call and away I go...


Not good...


Past...


Future...


Winning...


Fortunate to bump into a Rangers legend, Adam Graves who autographed a promotional t-shirt for my son, Miles.


After the game, it was time to get for me to meet Alix to get some culture. Talk about an emotional roller coaster... the euphoric high of watching the Rangers win to the tragic low of a death of a salesman.


Thanks again for humoring me and making it this far. Oh, the other thing I got right, marrying this woman...


Yeah, she is not one for photos but one of the most patient, forgiving, and beautiful person.

The seven year itch is a myth unless it's the scar from the abscess on my behind!

TMI, dad! How embarrassing.


Cheers!








-luke

Sarah and I will be celebrating 7 years this October ... when you marry the right girl it gets better.

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April 29th, 2012, 9:01 pm #20

Well, there are all kinds of speculation as to why people aren't posting as much. Personally, many friendships borne here throughout the years have become friends on Facebook and well, call me lazy but it's just simple uploading pics there.

With that said, p.com is where I met countless of people and several are very dear friends whom aren't on FB. Also, p.com has humored me and allowed me to post non-Panerai ("OT") related posts to share with friends and I'm very thankful for that.

So I thought, I'd share what apparently will be the seven year itch as my wife, Alix and I celebrate our 7th anniversary.

It started at a new Japanese joint in Greenwich Village (NYC) opened by two chefs from Masa. The omakase menu was terrific. On a Michelin scale... probably fork and spoon but wouldn't be surprised by one star given how generous they've become doling stars.


Who said life let alone marriage is like a box of chocolates?! It's more like a comic book.


There are the occasional, ok, several trials and tribulations in a marriage. Several more to come. But overall...


In the seven years, I did get one thing right (ok, two. More on that later).


I do love my sport but unfortunately I root for under-performing teams. However, this year could be a repeat of 1994 with the Blueshirts hoisting Lord Stanley's Cup! A lot of jostling and smack talking via text... I think Geoff, Charles, Micah, Brian, and a few other are gonna be over their service limits! Anyway, Geoff has become a very close friend and one of the most generous guy around these parts. I got a last minute phone call and away I go...


Not good...


Past...


Future...


Winning...


Fortunate to bump into a Rangers legend, Adam Graves who autographed a promotional t-shirt for my son, Miles.


After the game, it was time to get for me to meet Alix to get some culture. Talk about an emotional roller coaster... the euphoric high of watching the Rangers win to the tragic low of a death of a salesman.


Thanks again for humoring me and making it this far. Oh, the other thing I got right, marrying this woman...


Yeah, she is not one for photos but one of the most patient, forgiving, and beautiful person.

The seven year itch is a myth unless it's the scar from the abscess on my behind!

TMI, dad! How embarrassing.


Cheers!








-luke

I should be on wife no.6 by now!
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