learning disabled, but handsome

Here is my darling brother, LD. Contrary to popular belief, LD does NOT stand for Lunch and Dinner (he hasn’t always been so svelte), Lunge and Destroy (he used to be quite a violent toddler) or Learning Disabled (hmm, no comment). It stands for Little David…which isn’t really accurate either, come to think of it. I guess “Little” just means “younger than the other 56 Davids in our family”.

Anyway, I’m going to move on to the pictures now. He’ll hate that I posted these, but I bet he’ll get over it. And for all interested young ladies, he’s single, but you’ll have to pass family inspection.

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8 Responses to learning disabled, but handsome

  1. LD Light says:

    I am also the voice of GCC during Thanksgiving!

  2. bean says:

    wow, you are even MORE of a catch than i thought.

    i’m calling the church tomorrow to see if you are making that up. :)

  3. Sarah Z says:

    hey i just saw that you listed emma as one of your favorite movies!? i don’t think we can be friends anymore

  4. theGracegirl says:

    Sarah Zimmer–what are you talking about? Emma’s a great movie!

  5. Rachael R. says:

    If it’s the Emma I think it is oh that movie is so annoying.

  6. Jackie says:

    I’d like to know more. I have a sister-in-law here in Wisconsin if he would possibly be interested.

  7. Jackie says:

    How old?????

  8. Me says:

    Hi Morgan, I’m an old college friend of Brooke’s. I read this awhile back and thought “she’s joking” but then thought immediately of a girl at our church. But since she’s here in Ohio working as a nanny, I dismissed it. But now I hear that she may be heading back to Washington State, where she’s originally from, within the year (the boys are going to preschool in the fall and she’s uncertain whether she’ll be hired back then). I wondered if you’d be interested in trying to arrange a meeting? You can email me here: joybennett at excite dot com.

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