Friday, November 7, 2008

Top Five Awkward Moments From My Wedding

5. Visiting Josie's relatives table -

The conversation went something like...

Them: Congratulations!
Me: Thanks!
Me: Okay, I should keep moving...seeya!

4. First Dance -

As mentioned, we were sposed to take some lessons but due to our busy scheds, we never really got around to it, so we just bounced around for the three minutes and twenty nine seconds. At the two minute mark, I whispered to Josie, "Is it over soon?"

3 - Waiting for anyone to arrive

As mentioned, I got to the place too early. The caterer felt so bad for me she told Josie I was there by myself, so Josie called a buddy to come down to keep me company. But I didn't wanna put him out, so I just sat there, and watched the caterers set up. They did ask me a few logistical questions, and it was a good thing I was there....

Them: Can we move this table out a bit, like to here?
Me: Ummm, I dunno, it's up to better ask her.
Them: Oh, okay, thanks anyway.
(I sat back down)

2. Visiting my friends' tables -

The conversations went something like...

Them: Nice party!
Me: Yeah, does seem to be goin' pretty well.
Me: Okay, I guess I should keep moving...seeya layta!

1. The Last Dance.

Rock On,



Kirsten said...

LOL! That's why I never table hopped at my wedding. I just pretended that they weren't there! Nice hosetess, huh?
I was going to, but then I remembered I hate people.

Harris said...

hey kirsten,

i was hopin' Josie would forget to. but, alas, she did not.

rock on,


Josh Homer said...

let's see that wedding video!

Harris said...

hey josh homer,

hold onto your's comin'.

Rock On,


kimberoo99 said...

well it was hard for us guests to come up with new material for you, too. I think each of us knew we weren't being very original when we told you the food, venue and DJ were amazing and that you and Josie looked gorgeous and happy. All true!

kimberoo99 said...

btw, just meant that we all want to come up with something original and profound. I really wanted to ask you if your wedding reception is 1000% more stressful than a dinner party, but figured that could wait. my other comment re karate didnt post, but seemed less funny a few hrs later (summary: Karate? you already working on your bucket list?)

Harris said...

hey kimberoo00,

nah, wasn't that stressful.

nah, been wanting to do karate since the opening of that groundbreaking move, The Karate kid, opened in 1984.

Rock On,