It's surprising but true. The wedding really did happen, and it was nice. Both the bride and groom looked happy. And the bride looked lovely and had a big goofy smile on her face the entire time. But don't think I'm just Ms. Pessimistic Glummy Girl. Yesterday I talked to an attorney with whom I used to work and we both said we were pleasantly surprised the wedding took place. So I ADMIT WHEN I AM WRONG. Anyway, I took pictures and they came out okay. I took a rather large number of The Prof dancing. I'm sure the newlyweds want the highlight of their photographs to be The Prof busting a move. That's unlikely. The damn ink on my photo printer ran low so I have twenty pictures that look purple. Now I'll have to to motivate myself to go to Wegman's to finish the present. I hope they like them.
And speaking of The Prof dancing, he did a hand stand on the dance floor. Later that evening, he told me that he might incorporate the hand stand into his dance routine at Party Girl's wedding. And he told me that he wanted me to be a spotter when he walks around on his hands. Did I mention he is almost 40? Now you are probably wondering: why is he doing a dance routine at a wedding? Excellent question as I've been asking myself the same thing every day. The Prof likes to dance and he is very rambunctious on the dance floor. In fact, he will actually do some break dancing moves that he learned when he was in a break dancing troupe in the eighties. Yes, I did just say break dancing troupe. Because of this, my friend asked him to specifically do a dance routine at her very classy-ish wedding this October. Mind you he will be in a suit so his moves will be limited. I'm sort of happy about that fact.