Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Sister of the Bride

My younger sister is getting hitched this Sunday, congrats, girly!

Lucky for me, my date will be able to join me for this shindig; until last night it looked like I was going stag but LT Fromage is due home tomorrow afternoon after a long month away, almost 3 weeks of that was without any contact. Usually I’m very proud to be an Army wife but lately I’m just jealous of all the time they get with him while I’m left home alone. Sadness.

Besides the wedding, our other awesome Denver plans include:

-Enjoying 0% humidity and temperatures that don’t reach triple digits. Oh, Denver weather, how I’ve missed you!

-Seeing my and LT Fromage’s buddies from back home, hooray for old friends! We will probably incorporate some meals, so it’s even gonna be 10 times better!

-Seeing my dad, who we haven’t seen since our wedding last September (Hopefully he will make us some of his dee-lish home-made salsa.. yum!)

-Mystery Dinner Theater (Bachelorette party! Whoever planned this is amazing... Oh, wait... ME! *wink*)

-The Grand Lux for the rehearsal dinner. yummy to my tummy!

-Taking in a Rockies game at Coors Field (and eating gooey stadium nachos, yum)

-Eating many mm-mm good foods, including Ethiopian, Auntie Annie’s Pretzels, some amazing Mediterranean hole-in-the-wall and Heidi’s Brooklyn Deli (Drooling… Drooling all over the keyboard right now!)

Yikes. I see a trend. I trend that’s gonna pack on about 800 pounds! Totally going to be worth it, though! (Ever eaten at Heidi’s? You have to agree!)

So, readers, when you don’t see any posts for a while it’s because I’m busy being the Matron of Honor for my sista. Or I’m stuffing my face.


  1. SOOO fun! I wish you a wonderful wonderful time, and congrats to your sister! (And I just have to tell you - thank you for what you sacrifice in supporting your husband - so that he can help protect people like me. I have been thinking alot about you this week, while my husband has been out of town on a business trip. The long trips must be terrible for you, not to mention what he is doing, and I just wanted to say thanks.)

  2. Thanks for the kind words, Leanne. There are certinaly times it's rough, I'm looking forward to having him home for a while! (Or rather, in Denver!)

    -Lady Fromage


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