This is worthy if a blog entry - on the way home and there is actually seats free on the tram!! It's just a little scary.
Now my train will be cancelled or something ... I hope not!!
Wednesday, August 26, 2009
Tuesday, August 18, 2009
I must say, not only was my bride beautiful and the day went perfectly - but damn can my wife organise a shin-dig! It was truly amazing and exactly what we (I?) wanted. A great day that was about us, but not us as the pinnacle of a mob. We were the centre of attention, but only because the people there were happy for us - and celebrating with us.
While the nerves were racing (apparently I was the calm one of the two!) there was excitement and a slight hesitation about being in front of all those people. With the flashing and the clicking ... I still have a slight twitch from all the fast bright lights.
I stayed at a good friend's place the night before the happy day. While we decided to exclude most of the "traditional" items from the wedding list, I'm glad we spent the night (and most of the day) apart. It made seeing my bride in all her finery that much better. And how fine it was!
I'm not going to go into specific details in this post (that will come soon, I promise!) but the whole ceremony portion of the day went exactly to plan. The celebrant was great - especially for someone we hadn't meet until 15 minutes before
the event. The reception was also great, the drinks flowed from the get-go, the food was amazing and the accommodation ... the only thing that comes to mind is "FUCK ME".
I've had one or two upgrades in hotels before - but nothing, I repeat NOTHING compares to being upgraded to the Presidential Suite. A Suite normally would have been great, but to the Presidential Suite ... I think I'm still in shock. The "room" went almost forever and then came round back again.
So yes, in a nutshell the suite might just get it's own post (that's 2 for the kids playing at home).
So the honeymoon - 7 nights wasn't long enough. I'll skip over the major fuck up that the Travel Agent allowed to happen. I'll also skip over the humidity and the almost overbearing heat. What I will mention is I can't wait to go back to Thailand (or really anywhere similar to that) and that I almost got to the point of enjoying haggling with street vendors. At least it was better to haggle with them than telling them I'm not their "Boss" and I don't need a suit.
Although I did end up coming home with 2 very nice suits - and all sorts of other bits and pieces. Another post I think - the tailoring experience AND the street sellers who couldn't wait to fit me for a suit (or shorts/shirts if it was hot outside).
The travelling was good, the resort was great, the service and the food was amazing. I really don't have any major problems with our honeymoon - what made it perfect (perhaps using that word too many times), what made it perfect was spending the time with my love and my new wife (yes Cathy :P).
With only 1 day left of my holiday I'm not exactly fussed with going back to work - although I do look forward to wearing my new suits (and choosing which tie to wear with it), I'm also looking forward to how I feel about going to work (ie getting back to the "real world") hot I feel about being married. Especially to Cathy.
On a side note - I don't think Cathy has really acknowledged the being married part yet, although I think getting her ring back on is certainly helping the issue! I might not have gotten use to being married, but the worst part so far has been my fingers feeling a little dislodged around my wedding ring. Guess I can deal with that sort of issue though ;)
Hold your breath for the next few posts (or don't, it won't be tonight!).
Wednesday, August 05, 2009
Call it writer's block - call it lack of inspiration - call it being down right lazy. Call it whatever you will, I've been horrible. Now I'm getting married and won't be able to do anything for the next 2 weeks (well 10 days, I'm sure I'll be online when we get back).
Basically I have had ideas of blogs, but really I wanted to keep this time as special time between me and Cath. So I did. Once it's over I'll come back in full force and be posting like there's no tomorrow, I have a list of this here that I want (need?) to blog about.
There have been good times, there have been great times, there have been shit times. We get married in 49 hours and I still want to be there - it can't have been all that bad. Things will go well, nice and smooth sailing I say to anyone who asks - once we get past the little things that need to be done at the end (shit! Where is that chocolate delivery?!).
So, my utmost apologies again my (very few?) remaining readers, hopefully I can spark more of an audience when I return with stories of the south seas ... or just how bad airline food can be! I shall return and shall being writing again!
Posted by Mr Subtle at 15:07