Having to wear the wrist brace; it’s been hurting for a couple of days now. I think it’s the weather. The cold, damp, snowy days aggravate it. It hurts to type. But, as Wesley once said in The Princess Bride: “Life is pain, Highness. Anyone who tells you different is trying to sell you something.”
Well that sounded glum. But it’s a Princess Bride quote, so shouldn’t be taken seriously. Love that movie! My sister-in-law is getting married in April, and really isn’t into the whole traditional thing. She’s doing it, but grumbling. I told her she should get the priest to perform the ceremony like the one in the movie: “Mawage. That most bwessed awangement. That dweam wivin a dweam… and wuv, twue wuv…”
I think she actually considered it.
(here I apologize in advance to my redneck readers. I love you all…)
If it were up to her- and she admits this- she would have a redneck wedding like those on the CMT channel. Thank God her fiancé has something to say about it! He’s a redneck too, but for some reason wants a traditional wedding.
Bet you didn’t know we have rednecks in Connecticut.
One concession to her preferences though is that wedding favors to guests include bride and groom beer koozies. I’d link to them, but can’t find the ones she showed me. Basically one looks like the beer bottle is wearing a tux, while the other wears a wedding gown.
Hurray. Just what I need, eh?
If I have to attend this wedding (and of course I do, and even want to), then I’d much prefer a Princess Bride theme to a Redneck one.
Although either one would be amusing.