I’m a little late on weekend update, but as you all know it was a big weekend. I needed some time to digest Sunday’s unexpected news regarding Bin Laden’s death. For me it brought on a lot of complicated emotions and hard memories. I was mulling over writing a post about it, but honestly for me, it was too big to blog. Others were better able to tackle my thoughts and feelings and I think Becc said it perfect: it’s complicated. Thankfully her eloquence gives me the freedom to move to the much lighter events of a weekend that I very much enjoyed.
First off, I have to let you know that I am once again “internet famous” having been given the opportunity to toss around superlatives in an interview about my feelings regarding the closing of a favorite local business “La Bonne Soup”. In summary? I was sad, very sad. My devastation turned to jubilation the next morning however when I cheered on my rockstar husband who ran the American River Parkway Marathon in less than two hours! I was so proud, he is a superhero.
Running(or spectacting) is exhausting so we were forced to stuff our faces later that day at Sactomofo, our cities first annual Mobile Food Cart Festival.
I live a hard life, I know. I suffer.
And after all of that? The crown jewel of the weekend: our royal wedding tea party. Like all lukewarm royal-watchers I got my friends together for high tea and a wedding viewing a mere three days after the actual event. With no boys over the age of four allowed we indulged in sentimental weepiness, crazy hats and tiny sandwiches. It was decided we should make it an annual event. I look forward to explaining to Elian why his Mom’s crazy-old-lady friends are celebrating strangers’ wedding a decade from now.