so the memorial day marathon of socializing and fun continues. i have to say that i am still very tired from the wedding that i attended last night. jen(n) was nice enough to invite me to her coworker's wedding yesterday and i had a terrific time! best wishes and happiness go out to ana and andrew for their wedding.
the ceremony was performed at a catholic church which was just a little different from the jewish wedding i attended last week. although i didn't mind this ceremony called for lots of standing and combined prayer-- as if we were attending a sunday mass. i think i decided yesterday that i wouldn't get married in a church unless i was marrying someone who was religious. i'm starting to think that it is inappropriate to get married within a house of God unless you actually believe in him. i guess i'll have to make sure chuck e. cheese's is open to doing weddings.
the reception and dinner that followed at the college of notre dame in belmont were very nice. ralston hall on the notre dame campus was gorgeous with huge mirrors and an old-time quality. the meal that we had was also delicious with a chilean sea bass that just melted in the mouth! jen(n) works at a company called coalesce with andrew and there were about 7 other coworkers at the wedding.
despite being jen(n)'s guest i had a good time meeting and hanging out with her team. they aren't as fun as the ticketweb family, of course, but they were very cool nonetheless. before the usual dj mix of songs like celebration by kool & the gang and unforgettable by nat & natalie cole, the wedding "singer" was playing tunes on his guitar. being the dork that i am i kept trying to "name that tune". got most of them... i think. =)
hey i worked on some more pages for draftnik (shameless plug). if you see any banners at the bottom of the pages that are not for valueclick-- hit them. you'll be helping contribute to my retirement fund! today we get to hang out in the south bay with cheryl! whoo hoo....