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Aug 16th 2007 11:55PM Oh - PS
Temple made those horses and they have entertained four other Stag & Doe crouds while making a pile of money for the Bride & Grooms. I hated to store them, but we were glad they had one last ride at our Stag & Doe!
People are still talking about how much fun they had and how entertaining you were as a commentary sports caster for the night.
See you in MAUI!!
Let's hope it is DRY - outside I mean!
Aug 16th 2007 11:43PM Well Dick......Ember's sister's wedding won't be dry, but it will be civil and truly, warmly happy. The people getting married and their guests are in their mid 30's or older so there should be an acceptable level of alcohol consumption without all of the negative situations you have pessimisticly described.
We've also arranged for a bus to pick up and drop off our guests from the sunset reception dinner cruise. So no one will be required to drive home drunk.
Now.....do any of Ember's committed readers have anything positive to post about weddings? Mine and her sisters' is less than a week away so it would be much appreciated.
Aug 16th 2007 11:18PM I'm of the opinion that a gift would be required. Probably a large cash one! Preferably crisp, new, untracable green backs! How's that for tongue-in-cheek Emb?
You know I'm just jokin'! Like your sister has repeatedly said, "We request your presence, not your presents!"
It means a lot to us that you will be there.
Your brother-in-law in less than a week,
Apr 20th 2007 4:32PM Hi Ember,
All of your blogs are great. They make me feel like I never even left Beijing. Have you successfully ordered soup yet? I look forward to trying your favourite places when I get back over there.
Take care and keep the stories coming.