Today was the big day! It was morning business as usual. At about 2:30, our witness Ruby and her husband Jamie arrived as did Beth, the 2nd witness. Beth brought us unique boutonnières. So this is why she asked about sci-fi, and superheroes. I LOVE them.
Once the officiate, Trish, was present we all made some small talk and then the “ceremony” started. We didn’t have vows, we didn’t have anything to say. We did write up some info about us which she read. “6 homes, 2 states, 10 cars, 10 pant sizes, 15 years later, we're finally able to marry.”
Afterwards, we sat around and chit chatted until it was time to meet the others at Ruth’s Chris at 5pm for Restaurant Week. The table was adorned with some hand decorated wine bottles, compliments of the Robison clan.
We later moved the tuxes to our champagne flutes:
The food was delish. Anne out-did herself with making a dessert that she knew we’d enjoy. It was a-maz-ing.
As I said, the food was delish, but the service was slow. We were there 3 hours and got a bit of a late start on the journey to Kingsland, Georgia which is 5 hours away. With pee-pee breaks and all, we rolled in at 2am. We were exhausted. We set our alarm for an early start in the morning but we actually beat the alarm. Even with 6 hours sleep, we felt refreshed and ready to go.