So what if Amy is not getting married until September? She leaves Texas next month, so we moved the bachelorette party up just a tad.
We had dinner at the house, Amy opened presents, and then we headed downtown. I have to say that when you've known someone this long:
it is a little bizarre to then be buying that person a devil horn veil and other racy items.
But when you've known someone that long, it makes it all the less surprising that the person will accept a dare involving dancing on a platform, even if there is no one else on the dance floor at the time.
Sorry about the photo quality. It was real foggy in there.
That place gave us a free bottle of champagne for being a bachelorette group. I have to recommend that on any girls' night out, one of you wear a cheesy veil. It pays for itself in no time.
I also recommend, if at all possible, going out to bars with your twin sister. It really messes with the drunk guys.
Hmmm...I am realizing that there is not so much else that I can actually tell you about Saturday night. I will tell you that the person who sustained a post-bars walking down the street injury was, for once, not me. I will also say big love to Melissa for being our d.d. Way to take one for the team. A note to all of the kids out there: always designate a driver and if she drives a Lexus, so much the better.
Anyway, here's to the happy couple. Joe, best of luck to you and your blushing bride.
Happy, happy wedding, Amy. (Please remember that if you kill me for posting this photo, you'll have no maid of honor and will have to get married at the prison instead of Mt. Hood. AND you'll have to pay the entire May rent. Is it really worth it?)