Juicy’s wedding

Hey, hey! Ho, ho! Here I is on my vacation … Woo Hoo! Definitely a more elated Woo Hoo than on a Monday, before work. pbthhh. Thanks, Wublub for the vacation happy wishes.

I went to my friend Juicy’s wedding on Sunday, after a stagette on Friday and the rehearsal and a dinner on Saturday. I had a great time. I had a handful of fantastic discussions with a handful of VERY intelligent people. I bagpiped for the procession and recession, and then piped for KC who did 2 highland dances. It has been about 15 years since I piped for (a) dancer(s), but it went okay. I think I might have played a little fast, but KC didn’t say anything. We had a wicked dinner with this amazing butternut squash soup … O..MY..GOD! Juicy and J burned their own CDs for the music, and the mix was really well done. Good job! They had their gift opening today, and I have yet to get them something .. I was preoccupied with getting the bagpiping ready .. but Juicy called today to make sure they hadn’t lost my gift. It was a little awkward to have to say, “No, you didn’t lose it, it wasn’t there.” But it’ll all work out. My main problem was that they have all kinds of stuff already, so from their gift registry, to spend what I would have spent, I would have ended up getting them a ton of cake pans, muffin pans, cookie trays, etc. which I didn’t want to do. So I’ll think of something.

I went to Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan‘s performance of Billy Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing on Saturday afternoon, with my sister and niece. Fantastic. Brad Grass, while my dad thinks he is just a clown, did well as a clown-ish character (Benedick) in this comedy. Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan always set their plays in times and locales specifically different from Elizabethan England, this one was set in late-19th century western Canada. The soldiers were NWMP soldiers fighting American whiskey traders. Pretty cool.

Well, that’s it for now … enjoy work!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!