All right, I'm back. I'll shape up and fly right.
As I started to say back HERE…
After the matinee and lunch, Gwen, Cora, and I went to view the wedding site again, and meet with the coordinator, Cassi. As we talked to her about the general plan, we were in for a bit of a shock: it appears that we are getting about double the indoor space that we thought. We had no idea we were getting the upper room for dining.
And unlike when we were there the first time, I didn't forget to take pictures.
The place is gorgeous. We aren't really going to have to decorate it all that much. Why waste money on decorations, when no one will be able to take their eyes off my stunning bride?
And as always, Cora and I made some on the spot decisions with comfort and ease. But every question we answered seemed to raise more detailed questions. But those are even easier to tackle. Mere details. Focusing on the big picture. And the wedding is just a detail. An important detail, but a detail.
The big picture isn't GETTING married to Cora.
The big picture is BEING married to Cora.
After that meeting, we went back to Cora's house, where her mom joined us briefly for dinner.
We wrapped up the evening with the Gwen and I the sofa making a "Cora sammich" while watching Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean I & II. Good flicks. I hadn't seen them before. Johnny Depp seemed to be having a lot of fun hamming it up.
Oh, and don't give me attitude about movies I haven't seen. Do you know my bride-to-be has never seen the two greatest "House" movies of all time? I am of course speaking of "Animal House" and "Road House".
Obviously, we both have some gaps in out cinematic resumes.