So When Are You Two Getting Married?


Sep
09
2009

Reader, I Married Him

we're married!!

The day was magical, no doubt in part because of all the wonderful vibes and love sent along by the Internet. This is one of the very few pictures we have so far---taken by Sean's best man, Tony, who was, as I understand it, quite a hit at the wedding---but I thought I'd post it quickly from the Melbourne Library (what, isn't the library the first place you'd go on your honeymoon?) just in case you were wondering how it all went. As you can tell, it went pretty splendidly.

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Aug
27
2009

All The Wedding You Can Eat

I might as well tell you that all you're going to get around these parts for the next week or so is wedding-related stuff, and I'm sorry for that, but at least you've been warned. Because my wedding is in eight---count 'em, eight---days, Internet, and if you're thinking "boy, time sure has flown," rest assured that I am thinking it too. Oh wait, did I say thinking? I meant HOWLING.

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Aug
27
2009

What I'd Say If We Were Writing Our Own Vows

I, Holly, take you, Sean, to be my lawfully wedded husband. I swear, in front of all our friends and family, that I will never abbreviate that to "hubs" or "hubby," not even ironically. I promise to thank you when you bring me coffee in the mornings and set it on my bedside table so it's there when I get out of the shower, when you clean the litter tray after Charlie has eaten something that didn't, shall we say, agree with him, and when you get up at 6am for the street cleaner and move that stupid car I never drive.

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Aug
13
2009

So You Think You Can Dance? No, We Most Certainly Do Not

Sean and I took a dance lesson yesterday, which is a sentence I never thought I'd write. Seriously, a dance lesson: can you imagine? In our normal everyday lives, we are the people who sway like Junior High paramours when forced onto a dance floor together, feet shuffling awkwardly, hands clenched sweatily, grimaces firmly in place until the song finally ends three million years later. 

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