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Tuesday, August 10, 2004

Did the dumb thing

Well, I got through the weekend alright. My throat feels like a grapefruit is stuck in it and I'm achey all over, but I got through. I can't explain it, but I felt so akward being the center of attention at the shower. I only said one thing wrong and I feel so bad about it, but it just came out of my mouth wrong. Open mouth, insert foot. Mission complete.

I got a lot of nice things and I'm forever indebted to my attendants for throwing the shower for me. It was wonderful. I'll have pictures as soon as my mom develops them. I was far too busy to take any. The time flew! Before we all knew it, three hours had passed. And any bride who's had a shower can tell you, you want to hurry opening the gifts because people want to leave, but you feel so greedy going so fast, not reading the cards until that night, and not spending enough time saying thank you.

As soon as the shower was over, we went out on the boat. Had a couple drinks while the guys tried to teach my Maid of Honor's little girl how to catch the birds. And how to find the fish in the water. That was comical. Man, she's good at spotting those things too.

Ok, I'm off to do some work and be all achey and yucky and stuff and see if I can go home.

2 Comments:

  • At 10:50 AM, Blogger Jenniy said…

    I've always felt a little odd opening gifts when no one else is, I think that's why I like Christmas so much - everyone else is doing the same thing so it's ok to be all excited about lots of gifts! I hope you feel better soon :)

     
  • At 9:17 PM, Blogger Thumper said…

    Oh yeah...I hate having peopel watch me open stuff. My birthday is coming up and I dread what the neighbors might do...a BBQ I can handle, but being the reason for it? Hide me. Hide me now.

    And not that it'll make you feel better, but by now I've learned to insert both size 10 feet in my mouth, and still be able to chew and sawllow. It's a handy little talent... ;)

     

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