Thursday, January 13, 2005

Drew Day

Other people have been marveling over how nomadlife has reconnected them with people they haven't seen or talked to in years. Now, I'm counting myself one of them.

On one hand, I can't believe it took me this long to realize that COTU was Drew. On the other hand, I'm excited to see who else pops out of the woodwork (like Kevin).

Here's my tribute to Drew...from the Official (AIESEC Madison declared) Drew Day at WSC in Indianapolis (I think) 1999.


Blogger Devrim said...

Holy crap that is an old picture!

I always thought the "Drew Day" was for Drew Arnold; I guess nothing wrong with celebrating COTU the poet of love also! :)

1/13/2005 7:10 AM  
Blogger Cat said...

It was for Drew Arnold, but AZ Drew decided that it was HIS day too...I'm sure it didn't help that AIESEC Madison was almost exclusively comprised of women at the time. I'll have to go digging in my pictures to find the ones with him. This one was the first one I found this morning.

1/13/2005 7:16 AM  
Blogger djkevinz said...

Drew Arnold? Holy crap this is like an aiesec alumni happy hour gone global. Yes it is nice to see you're still around Cat.

Look for my memoiur coming soon:

Life In The Woodwork: The mysterious goings on my recent past by Kevin Zolitor

1/13/2005 11:07 AM  
Blogger Connie Mia said...

this posting has made me giggle because of one simple conversation in the dance hall during the most recent Madison RoKS. ahh how the generations of AIESEC seem to blend together!
~connie...miss a-team
st. cloud

1/13/2005 11:56 AM  
Blogger Mix said...

There's way too many dudes in Madison right now.
I think I'm going to run recruitment this semester...

1/13/2005 12:12 PM  
Blogger CitizenoftheUniverse said...

Everyone should have a day like that!

It wasn't Indy though, because I wasn't there. I would tell you which one it was if every conference memories hadn't all blurred into one big ball of moments minus reality.

Looks like you are doing well Cat - makes me glad.

1/13/2005 10:19 PM  

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