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Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Niece Wedding

My sister's oldest daughter got married Saturday.  The wedding was in a fancy old victorian house.  I'm told the food was great (I didn't attend - too long a drive, a late ceremony so an overnight stay at a motel was required, etc).

The bride was beautiful. 

The couple was thrilled.
So they left the ceremony to go on their honeymoon to the Dominican Republic.  At the bottom of the stairs outside, Danielle stepped on a very small patch of ice and fell.  She fractured her fibula!  What a sad way to end a wedding...

Goodbye Dominican Republic honeymoon!!!  She will have a cast on that leg for 3 months.

I plan to send her a card with an letter enclosed.  Finding a card may be a challenge.  How many "Sorry you were injured on your wedding day" cards do you suppose are available?  I may have to make one myself.  But my newly updated Photoshop Elements is baffling me at the moment.

So you have a couple days to leave sympathy comments that I can include...  Personally, I am going for the light-hearted ("How many brides does it take to screw in a lightbulb?  Depends on how awkward the cast is" and I have a good famous one I can adapt rather weirdly to a bride in a cast (no dirty thoughts allowed).  OK, OK, I'll work on better punch lines.  And feel free to suggest some.


Katnip Lounge said...

My sympathies to the bride; that's one memory no woman wants to have on her wedding day.

But CONGRATULATIONS to the new couple!!

What an excuse to stay in bed--wink, wink...

Katie Isabella said...

I LOVE what Trish suggested!!

Megan said...

I'll put the thinking cap on Mark, but I'm not confident of coming up with anything particularly apt or amusing.

Sydney, Australia

Andrea and the Celestial Kitties said...

Oh my gosh, that poor girl! Well, they say that if something goes wrong on the wedding day, then the marriage will go right!