Sunday, May 31, 2009

Finding a minister: It's Tricky (tricky, tricky tricky)

We have the location. I have the dress. Now we have to find someone to make this thing legal. Since neither Mark and I are members of a church, or in good standing with the law, a priest or a judge is out of the question. That leaves us with a ship's captain, a justice of the peace, or ... Rev Run.

Yes, that's right, Joseph Simmons a.k.a. Rev Run: Hip hop pioneer, co-founder of Run D.M.C, and most importantly, ordained minister. Just think- I could book the minister and the DJ in one fail swoop. The only problem is his rates start at $50,000 for a personal appearance. Ouch. Time to start re-thinking the budget.

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

"So is the wedding off or what? This blog has been totally quiet, yo."

Yes, the wedding is still on! In fact, we have officially set a date: May 15, 2010.

I apologize for the lack of updates but I've just recently recovered from a a two month infliction of TBS. That's "Tired Bone Syndrome," a condition first diagnosed in 2008 by Dr. Mark Hing. It is defined by a patient's inability to do anything after a long day at work except watch horrible tv, specifically programs involving spoiled twenty somethings and bitchy housewives. But thanks to my newly prescribed nightly dose of Cherry Coke Zero I will soon be back on my feet and blogging regularly. Stay tuned for updates on my dress, the caterers, and the bane of my existence: the save the date cards.