April 29, 2013

he liked it so he put a ring on it

you know it!

my sister and her main squeeze decided to get hitched.

he liked it. he put a ring on it. and now a wedding is happening...like...tomorrow.

actually, not tomorrow, but soon-ish. as in, we have about zero days to plan this shindig. and i think kell bell prefers it that way. for as long as i can remember she's always been pretty, "ho, hum, i can't be bothered, blah, blah, whatev," about the idea of her wedding.

me? that wasn't the case. i had been fantasizing (read: obsessing) about my wedding since i was just a little gal. i just love weddings...what can i say? i've written a few times about our big day here and here. since this is a bloggy about our lives i should probably write about the actual day...(as i stare longingly out the window reflecting on our perfect day. i was hungry, but damn skinny. those were the days...)

back to kell bell.

see that sweet little gal with the star on her head? she's bringing this guy into our family...

no, that's not his kid...it's his ridiculously cute nephew so i approve the union.

plus he makes my sweet sis real REAL happy, and they look pretty cute together...

and the guy can grow a mean beard...and seriously people...my sister has been obsessing over facial hair for years. it was her one requirement in her easy-breezy world.

so pardon me as i live in wedding heaven over the next few weeks. (read: time to get serious about cleaner eating so i don't look like trash in her wedding pictures.)

on a related note: i found some random doughnuts in our house today. and when i say random, i mean i bought them on friday. i convinced myself it was okay to eat two because i wasn't eating the entire doughnut...just the glorious, chocolate-y top of the doughnuts.

sunday confessional.

'nuff said.


  1. Congratulations to your sister! They do make a mighty fine lookin' couple!

  2. Congratulations. I was sort of ho hum about my wedding. I wanted to be married but was busy as a young lawyer when I was engaged and left most of the details up to my mother. She planned a beautiful event and I've been happily married for over 18 years. Today's weddings are so much more glam these days.

    My son's Bar Mitzvah is at the end of the month and I am in full party planning mode (read panic). Wish I was more ho hum about that.

    Have fun!

  3. That man does grow a notable beard. My poor husband has tried before and well - there are no photos of that time - only memories of being married to a spoltchy hobo. :D

    Congrats to your sis!


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