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complexlysimple 34M
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9/5/2006 4:36 pm

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well, while I was off and about for a few days the place doesn't have seemed to burnt down .. though it still seems ..slow

Anyway the wedding/trip was awesome ...the flights out were kind of weird since I had the same flight crew for two of the three flights to Portland ..which was kind of odd and funny at the same time.

Met the best-man's girlfriend for the first time ... and I wouldn't be surprised if they end up tying the knot at some point ..they get along better than I've ever seen him get along with any woman that was related to him and better than a few that are. ...which made my life easier since they were sharing a room with me.... and I wouldn't be surprised that having her there made him drink a little less that usual - he only got booted from a bar the first night

I also met the bride's sister for the first time... .. that may be the best way to put it... though I'm not sure why or what it is about her that I find interesting... it's not how she looks, though it does help -I'd have never guessed she's had 2 children already ... luckily I was told before hand, and by her shortly after we met...

.. speaking of which if you haven't guessed it already I'm a sucker for kids ...I'm not sure that there's anything that sets me more at ease than the presence of small children...

...and that's what I spent a large part of my weekend doing - playing with the kids ..hers and her younger siblings ..needless to say I had fun with that since there were 4 of them there under 12 ... I forgot the baby - then again I didn't play with her that much - who was the groom's niece.

I suppose the obvious question would be why wasn't I chasing women ...the answer is that there weren't that many there it was a small wedding with maybe 30 to 40 people there total ...and a majority of the women are involved in serious relationships (I know most of them before I even arrived) ... except the bride's sister, which of course means one of the single groomsmen was trying to push himself forward .... not sure how well he succeeded though ...or for that matter what's between me and her since at one point she was getting a piggyback ride from me - a few blocks, while wearing her bridesmaid's dress .. I suppose that would have been interesting watch for anyone who saw ...

actually I carried a lot of people on my back/shoulders over the weekend - mostly children, but not all.... actually it was funny since after the actual ceremony I had the bride's sister's youngest child perched on my shoulders and they had wanted to take pictures ...but he didn't want to come down and locked his legs together ... just met him the day before for a couple of hours and he'd taken a really strong liking to me - all the kids did really ...no I think it'd be fair to say the bride's entire family did ...which made it hard to leave... I'd really like to go back to visit them, as well as see a few more of the sights..

I guess I dunno though, as much fun as I had I'm not sure I shouldn't just leave it as just one good weekend to remember ..or if I should try a bit and see what happens - maybe even become part of the family ... I dunno

..but while i'd like to sit here and think about it I have more than a few things I need to do ...like finish unpacking ...and more importantly make myself food

BaronessK 52F

9/5/2006 7:13 pm

Synchronicity, cubby.

*The shortest distance between two objects or two places...is the distance of the hearts' feelings.*


complexlysimple replies on 9/7/2006 5:17 pm:
well that message makes a bit more sense now... but I wonder how to recognize those feelings in someone else ..I think I may have to make a post about this thought

GoddessOfTheDawn 105F
11238 posts
9/5/2006 9:24 pm


~ smilez ~

gud quote by BaronessK....


complexlysimple replies on 9/7/2006 5:57 pm:
glad to see you swinging on by my little corner as always

cookiequeen1000 53F

9/6/2006 5:32 am

Glad you had a good time.


complexlysimple replies on 9/7/2006 5:17 pm:
thank you

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