I tried to quote Princess Bride at work the other day and it totally fell flat. I guess I didn’t have the right audience. Have I mentioned I work in construction? Yeah. So, I figured I ought to try in another forum. Here goes…
“Sonny, true love is the greatest thing in the world except for a nice MLT – mutton, lettuce and tomato sandwich – where the mutton is nice and lean and the tomato is ripe” – Miracle Max
If you haven’t read the book yet, you must. Really. It’s that great. Anyway, we didn’t serve MLTs at our wedding, but here’s a peek at what did go down that day.
Now I’m just trying to figure out how to defrost this
to make it once more resemble the top layer of this
Anyone ever saved the top layer of their wedding cake to break out again on their anniversary? The idea of eating year-old food freaks me out just a bit, I’ll admit – but have I mentioned it’s almond and butter cream?? I think I’ll risk it.
Fun wedding tidbits:
I bought my $1,100 dress on e-Bay for $165. Tags still on. Oh Snap.
We got married on a Thursday (of a four-day weekend mind you) and saved a pretty penny. Seriously, the catering, flowers, photographer, venue – all of it was half price.
The musician who played at our ceremony and reception is Damion Wolfe. He used to play at the restaurant where Kirk and I first met on Saturdays nights and Kirk used to request all my favorite songs. Damion made sure to play them on our wedding day, including this one for all you Marylanders!
Happy Anniversary, Kirk! I love you!!