Sunday, July 29, 2007

Sleep the clock around.

Well, in the end yesterday, the run, the gardening, and the wedding were all good, successful in turning a grumpy kind of day into a day that was all about sunshine. This morning looks overcast again and I'm trying to decide if I should head to work before going to Jeff and Katherine's housewarming party later on. Once again I'm feeling more like staying on my couch than anything else.

With yesterday's nuptuals I think our wedding juggernaut is almost over. We're going to Carlton and Sindy's post-wedding-stravaganza in Australia in a few months and then to Brett and Jess's enormous wedding in Ohio in the middle of next year. And I think those are the last ones on the map for a while. It seems like we've hit the tipping point where we know many, many more married people than unmarried people. If this year's pregnancy and birth rates among our friends are any indication, then the wedding juggernaut is being replaced by a baby juggernaut at lightning speed.


Blogger this charming man said...

for a while there i was criss-crossing the country for philly 3 times in 3 years, the d.c. area, nebraska, rural virginai, seattle (!)...and now, just when i thought my wedding trips were over for a while, this september it's off to the metro atlanta area. i hope that's it for a while. i need to stop making single friends and only be friends with married people.

9:09 AM  
Blogger Kieran Snyder said...

Aren't weddings supposed to be a good way to meet single people?

9:09 PM  
Blogger Jason said...

It depends who you invite, Kieran...

9:40 PM  

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