Thursday, June 17, 2010

I Need a Marriage Director and a Tux?

This week's subject matter will be a little bit of a shock, and I am already making a guess that a small number of you will be smiling when I tell you what it is, so off we are going.

And, to inform y'all the truth, I am quite ecstatic about it.

The boy Alison's going to wed, Dave Wallace, is a fine young man. Will and I have both already vetted him out, and he passes each test, heck, it is almost like he is a Williams already. He adores to eat Nu-Way hot dogs, appreciates watching the Rocky Balboa films again and again again, and is simply a real, all around good guy. That is right, Alison and Dave have just set the date for their wedding. First I have been informed that we've got to have a director. The groom walks in thru a side door with his best man at his side. The bible basher asks who gives the girl away? The daddy claims, "Her mummy and I do. " Then the daddy sits down, watches his kid get hitched, and observes that his deposit account is decreasing continuously with each passing moment of the celebration. These cards only need the Bride and Grooms names and the date and placement of the marriage. As before these will reflect the sort of wedding to come so selected the style accordingly. The general public spend between 1-2% of the budget on the still. The invite will include the names of the hosts ; the brides name the grooms name, the occassion location, time and date, the reception location and the RSVP address. If kids are being invited include on the invite if not leave out. The answer card is a discretionary but efficient method of getting the guest list completed. It all just about sounds rather like something that might be worked out about a half hour or so previously between the participators, so why a director? And do not throw in all that stuff about bridesmaids and flowers, it sounds like we are making an attempt to barbeque an elephant when all we need is a bag full of Krystals. I've got a wonderful girl who is going to wed a fine young man, and I am thankful for that.
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