Jennifer & Ryan

Alright, alright…the editorializing has come to a stop, I swear.  For the past one week, two days and counting, it has looked as if the fine pages of the blog have become some highly local highly boring political blog about all things buildings.  Those days, are gone, and you know what days have come instead?  The time has come for us to get back to putting up wonderful pictosnaps of wonderful people doing all sorts of wonderful things, because that’s what we do best!

Now, we’re just going to pick up where we left off at, and if memory serves me (which, truth be told, it rarely does due to a period of time that I’m going to call ‘the 1990’s’), we’re going to pick up in a wonderful place [ed.  What’s the deal with you and the word ‘wonderful?’  I swear, you must have a word of the day calendar with only basic words.] that is known as The Wedding of Jennifer & Ryan!

My good friends of blog, I would be remiss if I didn’t inform you that this just wasn’t any old Saturday wedding in o&j world (well, actually, none of them are ordinary), but this one was extrasuperspecial because the Ryan was (and still is), none other than my separated at birth cousin Ryan!

Now, even though I’ve been trying to get the lovely mother of the Groom Fay to admit that Ryan & myself were separated at birth, and I was shipped down to the Twin Cities, there has never been any sort of admission.  So I’m going to have to be content with knowing that – at times – there is just an almost eerie resemblance between us, so that will have to do.  But we’re not here today to talk about that.

No, my dear friends, we are here to spread the joy that was this wedding!  Of course, I got me all of my information second hand, as due to circumstances beyond my control [ed.  What does that mean?  Were you abducted by aliens and probed for a day?  Seriously.], I was not able to attend the event (ironic, huh), but the always lovely James and her trusty assistant Miss Emily Jane were there, and they did an incredible job (as usual) – I mean, seriously, everybody knows I just mostly do the song & dance while Jamie does the work (God, I love my job) – so what’s the difference, really?!

They had a great time working with my family, and the results were wonderful (again, that’s the 12th time I’ve used that word here), but I think we’ve had enough of all my jibber-jabber, and we need to get to the part where I thank one and all that were involved with this day for being so easy and wonderful to work with (duh – they’re my family, we know how wonderful we are), and to Jennifer & Ryan, thank you for letting us be a part of your day!  Congratulations, and – MuchLove!

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By otis

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  1. Patience, young Fay…Patience! Very soon they will all be ready to go (I’m thinking in the next few days!)



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