In an effort to catch you all up with my life, I'm picking up where my last couple posts left off in a little series I'm calling Catch Me If You Can. We'll see how long I can keep this up until I just decide to go back to posting the boring details of my everyday life in the form of bulleted lists.
Things really started to fall apart for this blog around July 4th weekend, when my cousin's over-the-top New York City wedding weekend happened. There was just too much going on, and my computer was dying a slow death, and my relatives came to live with us for a week afterward, and there's just not enough time in the day for shit like that.
But. The wedding. At some points it was really, really fun, and at some points it was just kind of annoying, and there were things that I thought were going to be lame that turned out unbelievably cool and things that I thought were going to be cool that turned out awkward and weird, and there were things I finally saw done right and things I would have done differently were I planning a wedding (like not having it in New York City on July 4th weekend, for starters).
But mostly, it was just great to see all of my favorite family members in one place for three consecutive days.
Maid of honor extraordinaire.
My grandmother, who came all the way from the Philippines.
There was a portrait booth set up between the bar and the dance floor -- things got weird.
There were so many people at this wedding -- but you wouldn't know it from this picture. Those empty pews are sad.
I grew up with this motley crew. Don't let our fancy outfits fool you -- we're a bunch of freaks.
Ahem. Case in point.
Professional pictures are here, and I really hope you check them out if you are even remotely interested in wedding photography, because they're awesome.