Jon and I leave for Philly this afternoon for our very last wedding. Well, the last scheduled one at least. After this weekend, all of Jon's friends who are in a relationship will be married. This last wedding is for Jon's college roommate...they lived together all four years! It's so rare to actually stick with your assigned freshman year roommate, but he is such a great guy that it doesn't surprise me that he and Jon stayed together the whole time. His fiancé is just as sweet so I can't wait to see the two of them tie the knot.
Jon is a groomsman, as his friend was for ours, so that means I get to navigate the city of Philadelphia all by myself! It always makes me nervous to drive around a city I don't know, but add in driving in a dress and high heels and it makes me even more nervous! The bride and groom actually arranged for transportation to and from the reception from the hotel though so I'm stoked that I won't have to worry about that. Not to mention that neither Jon nor myself will have to be the DD so you can bet I'll be consuming mass quantities of champagne! Have I mentioned how much I love champagne?
In other news, Jon might be able to salvage our computer. He thinks it might have just been our power source that died within the CPU so he can probably fix that if that's the case. He hasn't had the time to look at it yet with grad school classes and homework increasingly taking up his free time. But cross your fingers nonetheless because I want my pictures! And my e-mail back.
Oh, and remember that table runner I bought back in August? I had to return it to Crate and Barrel last night because it was too short for my table. We have this set and the glass top is only 50 inches across. The runner I bought was 60 inches but I hadn't really thought about how it would fit when I purchased it. I planned to just exchange it for the next longest size, but the next size up was 90 inches and way too long. Sigh...it was so beautiful. I guess I could have put it on my coffee table, but I really wanted it for my dining room table. So I came home with an ice scoop and a C&B credit instead. Someone out there with either a smaller or bigger table should totally buy it though because it is too gorgeous not to have!
P.S. I just now learned that one can set multiple categories for their posts. I'm really not that dumb, sometimes it just takes me a little longer to figure things out. And I'm so glad I did! Now I get to go back and assign more categories to all of those posts that could have gone in multiple ones!