My Nephew, Lorenz & A Trip to California

11 years ago - #Lorenz#Yuba City

Lorenz and Sis recently went to Yuba City, California for Aunt Beth's 50th Birthday party. I believe that most everyone of the Everett clan was there, so it was a chance for Lorenz to see what he's in store for him. And also for Sis to see her relatives and probably get teased for being short. Unfortunately, I wasn't there, so I don't have the full scoop. But Mom sent me these pictures of Lorenz. And the other big unfortunate is that there is a great picture of Lorenz with a huge smile, but the photo came out blurry. He's about 6 or 7 weeks old in these photos.

Here's a picture of Lorenz all sprawled out in his Pooh Slippers.
Here's a picture of Lorenz all sprawled out in his Pooh Slippers.

Aunt Beth with Lorenz
Aunt Beth with Lorenz

Aunt Catherine with Lorenz
Aunt Catherine with Lorenz

I think he's doing a Popeye imitation in this photo.
I think he's doing a Popeye imitation in this photo.

Is he wearing some line of prison clothes for babies?
Is he wearing some line of prison clothes for babies?

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In June 2008, Mom, Dad, Sis, Lorenz, and little old me rendezvoused in Yuba City. The event that brought us there was the wedding of my cousin, Kellie Everett (Parke's daughter). It gave us a chance to visit Buck's Lake, where Parke has a cabin that's been in the family for decades, hang out in Yuba City, visit Uncle Scott, and have a good ole Everett time. You will notice that Aunt Catherine is in more than her fair share of photos. That's because she's a ham. Plus, she's photogenic.
And now for the big event: Kellie & Paul's Wedding! The big debate leading up to the wedding was "Who's Wearing a Tie?". Well, shockingly few men wore a tie. Or not so shocking, considering the Everetts. I was one of the few wearing a tie. I had a nice linen suit for summer events, so I figured it would be silly not to wear it to an event in Yuba City. And I wasn't going to schlep a suit all the way to California and not wear the whole enchilada.