First off, congratulations and a big tip of my hat to newlyweds Brian and Kendall for showing us all such a wonderful time at their wedding last weekend. Also thanks to Chuck and Deb and Steve and Jan for bringing such wonderful kids into this world. We had a blast!
I'd also like to give a shout out to Indianapolis Tent and Awning for fabricating a dress large enough for me to wear to the wedding. Job well done guys. You could hardly even see the stake holes or the tie-downs.
One of my favorite parts of the wedding was the photo booth. I guess these are becoming more and more popular at such events, but this was my first opportunity to share in the fun.
I shall give no names, therefore no one is permanently damaged and can still move on to become the president of the United States or at the very minimum, a college football coach.
As we've gotten older and have quit fighting about clothes, makeup and other such trivialities, my sisters and I have become fairly diligent about having our photos taken together whenever we're all present at a family get together. Again, I'll name no names, but one's childhood dream was to be a Catholic nun, one wanted to become a migrant worker on a tomato picking machine so she could have a fantastic tan (including tan teeth(?) and the final sister was nearly certain she was a shoe-in to be the Breck shampoo girl in the television commercials. Although not one of us reached our goals, we all became successful in our careers as circus clowns.
I'm only posting this last photo to show you how well-preserved we will be in the future (notice the date stamp?) except for sister #3 who appears to have lost both of her eyes.
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