Sunday, January 18, 2009

The Wedding and Other Info

Now I would have some pictures to show you all of the chapel however I have somehow lost my camera. It is somewhere in my apartment, but for the life of me I am unable to remember or find where exactly that place is. However, eventually I will be able to get pictures from Greg, my boyfriend since we used his camera to take pictures. But for right now unfortunately, I'll just have to tell you all about it.

The wedding was absolutely beautiful. Yeah, that's pretty much all I can say. It was beautiful. And very meaningful. They had lots of friends and family involved and it was just obviously very meaningful to them, which was nice.

So I know I said I was very nervous. Well, really, I shouldn't have worried. I got along just fine with all of Greg's friends. I still haven't heard their verdict of me, but I'm hoping that they liked me too. But we all had a pretty good time. The reception was in the reception area of the Figge Art Museum. Ha! I just noticed that I used the word reception twice in the last sentence. I hope I didn't confuse you! But yeah, so it was also incredibly beautiful. There was a very delicious buffet and an open bar. It was very, very nice and tons of fun. There was lots of dancing and merriment to be had. So yeah, fun times. Ummm. I'm not really sure what else to say about that.

So now for the "other info". My mother has requested information about how I met my boyfriend. Cause I kinda sprung that information on her. Greg and I met at Playcrafter's when we were doing "Promises, Promises". And we just kinda hit it off. So we started hanging out every so often. We both went to plays together and went to shows that we were each in, or working on. We found that we really get along well and are very comfortable with each other, which is nice. So this last Tuesday, Greg officially asked me out and I of course said yes. So that's our story so far.

Ok, that's all for now. I hope everyone is doing well who reads this. Thankfully the weather warmed up this weekend. So we're now sitting comfortably in the 20s which feels incredibly warm after our like 40 below 0 wind chills last week. And as I type it is lightly snowing, yet again. God Bless!

1 comment:

Neabear said...

Yay! So now I know more. I was wondering where you met him. You both have an interest in theater which is great. Looking forward to seeing the pictures of the chapel.