Last weekend, Colby and I went to NYC to see Mary Poppins on broadway. We went along with a high school trip and also went to the American Museum of Natural History. The trip was not cancelled, but we left early in case there was traffic. It was sad to see some of the areas without electricity and flooded areas.
Night at the Museum! Gum gum, dumb dumb?
We also stopped at Madame Tussauds wax museum…
TWILIGHT in less than a week!!!!!!!!!!
Our second family? Now I share the same last name with them!
Some random notes from this past week…
I had a crazy delicious sushi dinner last night. Colby and I were craving Asian food and I didn’t feel like cooking. It was awesome. Look at my pretty plate!
Wednesday, I took another Les Mill’s Body Flow class and it was INTENSE! My back has been sore for the past two days! I would much rather have a class that was tough like that one and I am looking forward to going on a weekly basis. I am also planning another swim lesson with Colby tomorrow!
Photos from our ceremony…
I LOVE that cake picture! I saw one just like that from my photographer’s website and asked him to take one like that of my cake.
I had a brass quintet play for the ceremony. As a musician, live music was very important to me for the ceremony and I had to go non-traditional. I play in string quartets all the time for weddings, but I also play trumpet. Sometimes I sub for the one trumpet player for this brass quintet and I am close friends with two of the guys. I had them play “Moon River” for when the mothers walked down and had “All You Need Is Love” for the bridesmaids and myself. At the end of the ceremony, the quintet played “When I’m 64”. My dad and I are big Beatles fans :)
I was very scared of walking down those stairs. I had the groomsmen walk down the bridesmaids to keep things safe. I had to take it SLOW for when I went down with my dad because my train was so long!
Also, I painted a violin white and had guests sign it for our “guest book”.