Do you ever try to guess what peoples’ inner monologue would sound like? I love doing this! At the grocery store, during church, and at weddings. On Saturday, when Steve got his first glimpse of Cheri, his only word for a bit was “whoa.” I finished his inner monologue with “whoa, my bride looks smokin’, Go Steve!” Of course this could work in reverse if people read my mind. They might have heard me saying inside my head “whoa, we are the only people at Elmwood park right now, that never happens” or “whoa, I hope I shoot at the Pella at the Blackstone again real soon” or “Thank goodness the bride’s buddy had a blanket or we might have ruined her dress”. Some fun thoughts that floated up during the day.. “I wonder how long I could talk like a chipmunk if I used the helium from one of those massive balloons in the centerpieces?” “How has the weather held out to be this awesome all day? Did Steve and Cheri make a sacrifice to the weather gods?” “Cheri doesn’t seem to like hugs at all, unless they are from that Steve guy” and “The speeches couldn’t have been better, future best men take notes”
And few thoughts that were said out loud because some things should be shared… “We have to do a double chin photo!”, “What I like about you best of all, is how happy you make my best friend” and “wait, you all know on cue to change the lyrics to ‘shut up and dance with Steve?’, I’m sticking around for this!” These two couldn’t have been more fun to boss around, work with, and to watch sing and dance together all night long! Enjoy the preview you two!
These are amazing! I can’t wait to get the rest back.
You also forgot about the “So a polar bear walks into a bar” joke that everyone except me and the bridesmaids apparently knew…