October 20, 2009

Bags are packed and waiting, tickets are in hand. Appropriate sacrifices have been made to deities both major and minor in charge of "not-losing-my-wedding dress" and "getting-our-bags-to-Seattle-intact".
We will be in hotels for the next two weeks with no access to the grid as far as we know. We will be able to check email, and may have some access to the internets, but will not have much electronic presence for a bit.
I will report back from wedding and convention on my return. Vorpals are patrolling the properties, and hopefully the grid does not implode more than usual while we are gone.
I have assured Des we will be back with a vengeance upon our return. SSC rebuild will go into high gear, so expect a certain amount of explosions and flying debris in the south beginning early November. More than usual, that is.


Rhianon Jameson said...

I'm sure by the time you see this everything will have gone swimmingly.

The need to ship formal clothes reminds me of a near air-rage story from several years back: flying from DC to Nashville on a regional jet, fully loaded, in the middle of summer. We were told that the plane was above its weight limit (shouldn't have had that breakfast burrito!), and some luggage might not go on our flight, but would be shipped by the next day. A young (20-something) couple nearly got themselves kicked off the flight by arguing with the flight attendants and anyone they could find. Not that it was their wedding, mind you, but because it was his grandparents' 50th wedding anniversary and God forbid they come dressed as they were.

I nearly suggested that Grandma would be obligated to love them however they were dressed, and not to stress out about it, but common sense prevailed. Dunno what ever happened to their luggage; mine arrived just fine...about two a.m. :)

Cathy and Audrey said...

I am so excited for you and wishing you both the happiest life time together!