How's that for alliteration? As an English major, I take a lot of nerdy pride when I accomplish literary features like that. *Curtsy*Curtsy*
Over the 4th of July, the future Mr. Palindrome and I marked one more state off our list in my quest to visit all 50. My roommate married her college sweetheart in a military wedding extravaganza in the land of cheese. Knowing her, I expected nothing but the best wine, cheese, and entertainment. From the beautiful calligraphied envelopes to the welcome reception on the lake to the photobooth, it was a wedding weekend to remember.
Eventually, I'd like to interview her and give you the lo down on all of the military traditions she included. In the mean time I wanted to show you how the future Mr. Palindrome and I immortalized ourselves in her photobooth/scrapbook guestbook. I had the idea to write "VA is for Lovers" on a few pieces of paper we found laying around. Unfortunately, the pen that I wrote the letters with was much too thin to show up on film. Luckily, there was a thin sharpie on the table and I was quickly able to draw the intended message back onto the photo.
Cute huh? What message would you write for your friends?
I’m a Defense Consultant with a tendency towards pulling office pranks, taking lunch breaks, and drinking Wawa shakes. I’m also an English major with a serious obsession with alliteration and rhymes. While I’m not keeping America safe, I’m priming, sanding and painting. Or increasing our fresh veg intake. Or pontificating on my newly minted status as a wife. All the while, I’m getting myself into Lucille Ball-esque scrapes and making Jim Carey-esque faces. Post-wedding, I’m bringing blogging home to explore renovations, recipes, and reflections.
email me at: palindromeathome @ yahoo dot com