Trying On the Tux


Weston, all dressed up trying on his tux. The prom was last night. He took his adorable little girlfriend. And yes, he shaved.

P.S. For those of you who get confused, Weston is my younger son. He is finishing 11th grade. It’s my older son, Ross, who is going into the Navy–leaving for boot camp June 17th! VERY SOON!!!!

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on May 16, 2010  

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  1. 5-16

    Weston looks terrific! We need a prom picture, too.

  2. 5-16

    He is so handsome! I know you are so proud of him…of all your kids. You did a great job Suzanne.

  3. 5-16

    Very nice looking! Can’t wait to see a prom picture of them together…they always look so nice together :yes:

  4. 5-16

    Suzanne, I just linked up with your story about Ross going to the nuclear school here in Charleston. What a story! You must be so proud of him! My husband works at the Naval Weapons Station with a group called SPAWAR. We live 15-20 minutes away in Summerville, and we would love to “adopt” your boy! We could have him for supper and let him just hang out and play video games with Jack, our 12-year-old. Our daughter Margaret will be a senior next year, and she could hang out with him, too. Steven, our oldest, is heading to USC this fall. Just know that we are here and would love to provide Ross a little home away from home. He could bring a friend, too, of course. I know it would be hard to just show up at someone’s house. :>)

  5. 5-16

    Nice tux – I love the cravat, very nice colour :)

  6. 5-16

    What a good looking young man! Glad he shaved though……I can’t get used to that look that they all love so much.

    They grow up too quickly.

    Enjoy every minute you have with them now.

  7. 5-16

    Great pic!! Our prom was last week and my dd who was too young this year to go but we went to the grand march to see her friends. It was cool to see all the kids so dressed up. I know a lot of them since I am a lunch lady and one of the cashiers at the school. So it was really nice to see the ones I talk to get all dressed up like that.

    Cant wait to see Weston and his girlfriend togeather in their prom outfits.

  8. 5-16

    He looks very handsome! My son went to his senior prom last night and he leaves for Army boot camp the end of June:(

  9. 5-16

    Heading to CA this week to see my Grandson dressed for Prom and watch him graduate. I remember when he was ……. WEll you know where that was going. Your son looks great. Hope a good time was had by all.

  10. 5-16

    Weston is very handsome in his tux. Seems just like yesterday mine were going to proms. My son went to three proms one yr,at different schools of friends. My sons name is Wesley and he goes by Wes!

  11. 5-16

    How handsome!!!!

  12. 5-16

    You have such a handsome young man there! I know you are so proud of all your kids. My oldest is graduating Kindergarten in 2 weeks and it seems like he should still be a tiny baby! Time goes so fast!

  13. 5-16

    Suzanne: I am one little fishie in your big pond of bloggie buddies but I just wanted to let you know you have been and inspiration to me. I adore your writing, your humor and feel like my day does not start until I read your blog. I added a page on my blog for my bloggie buddies to know who I admire….you are on that list and I wanted you to know. Thanks for the inspiration to “be there” even on days I don’t wanna be. In case you’d like to check it out: (((hugs))) until next time Linda Oma :turtle: :turtle: :turtle:

  14. 5-16

    Thank you, Linda!

  15. 5-16

    Weston: You look so handsome! Hope you had a good time at the prom.

  16. 5-17

    I agree with everyone, he is a handsome young man. Some women (me included) love that “Tom Brady” look. ;)

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