Saturday, August 22, 2009

Wedding bells for my brother, Drew!

Tomorrow we're off to New York again; this time for my "little" brother Drew's wedding on the 29th of August. His fiance, Debra, is an absolute peach! Here's a picture of the happy couple:

I'm so excited; this is going to be great!! Every now and then, you see a couple who are just perfect for each other, and you know that there is something special about them. Drew and Debra are like that. They are both so warm-hearted, so funny, so smart, so talented!

The wedding itself is going to be beautiful, at sunset with the Manhattan skyline in the background. I'm going to be a bridesmaid, and Bob and Rusty are both groomsmen. I told Debra she didn't have to feel obligated to include me, but she insisted. It's going to be so much fun, but soooo tiring, too. It's going to be a challenge, I know, especially since the wedding is in the evening, and I'll be off my meds, but I'm determined to do everything I need to do and have fun as well! Bob and I will even get a chance to show off our new dance moves, I hope. Then there's all the relatives who will be in town, many of whom I haven't seen since I was a child. Got a lot of socializing to do, that's for sure.

So today, instead of just packing and resting up, we're also cleaning the house because Bob's mother and sister are coming to our house for a few days after the wedding. On top of that, there's a 49ers pre-season game this afternoon, and there's no way we can miss that. Tomorrow, we get up at 4:00 a.m. in order to get to our flight on time. Wheeeee!!! We're going to be BEAT!

I sure hope I can handle all this...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I hope the wedding was wonderful and trip fantastic! Be sure to take care of yourself during all the traveling, sightseeing, and partying!!
Hugs Kiddo!!

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