Tuesday, November 20, 2012

giving thanks

So it's taken me a bit of time to play catch up with everything going on and make it back here to this blog, as evidenced by the fact that today is my one month wedding anniversary. And now that the wedding is over and people can't ask about it, the two things they DO ask are: "So how's married life?" and "When are you having babies?"

Fun.

Our wedding photographer left the day after our wedding for the East Coast and promptly got waylaid by Hurricane Sandy, so we're still waiting on photos (I'm not complaining - some people lost their HOMES. I can deal with wedding photo delay for as long as need be.) But we do have one thing to share - a video made my adorable and ridiculously talented husband, who's an editor, so he can do this kind of stuff in his sleep. It's a montage of all our photobooth photos, shot by Open Air Photobooth (we recommend them 100% for any type of party - they were terrific) and edited to the song we opened our reception with, right after our first dance - Pink's Raise Your Glass.

So enjoy the video, and please know that I'm grateful for all the love and support you guys have shown me this year - in my ups and downs and wayward trips sideways as I contemplated life, love, wedding planning, hiding under the blankets, and everything in between. I couldn't be more grateful for this little blogging community I have and I'm so grateful for every one of you. If I don't comment more on your blogs, it's not because I'm not reading them or that I don't love catching up on your life, because I do, and if I don't blog more, it's not because I have nothing to say - sometimes it's the exact opposite.

And while I'm on a gratitude kick, right now I'm grateful for my friends, my family, my husband, my health, my happiness, my job, a roof over my head, shoes on my feet, food in my fridge, electricity in my apartment, a car that works, a phone that works, and about three million other things. I am truly so, so blessed.

Happy Thanksgiving everyone!


14 comments:

Robin said...

Loved your video montage. If the pictures were any indicator, everyone had so much fun... it truly was a celebration, which is entirely the point:)

Red Shoes said...

YAY!!!!!!

I LOVED the video!!!!!

Honeymoons really should last a long time, i think... :o)

~shoes~

Edmund G. Osbaldeston said...

Fantastic Video!!! Happy Thanksgiving!

Marion said...

Just awesome. I wish y'all so much love & happiness. Have a Happy Thanksgiving, you two newlyweds. xoxo

Anthony Duce said...

Looks like a wonderful time. Enjoyed the video. life looks great. Hope you have a great Thanksgiving.

rosaria williams said...

I took a peek at the previous post, hoping to see more pictures!
Happy Thanksgiving Mr and Mrs. Phoenix and husband; happy trails to you.

kj said...

My faith in all of humanity has been totally restored through this most jolly recording. It is quite quite awesome

So happy for you both

Love
kj

JJ said...

My honeymoon has never ended. I wish the same for you. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

drollgirl said...

well i hope you are loving married life! glad you are keeping the photo thing in perspective. they will come, and hopefully soon! in the meantime you get to enjoy real life with your man. that is hard to beat! :)

Bathwater said...

I love the video looks like you had a great time.

Okie said...

Congratulations again on your wedding. Looks like a fun and fabulous time with lots of great friends.

Here's wishing you a happy holiday season and a lovely marriage. :)

Behold the Metatron said...

Such a cute video. I'm still waiting for my photos from Oct 7 too. He says "soon".

kristen
www.beholdthemetatron.com

krista said...

that was the best video ever. love it.

Snowbrush said...

Well, I hope you're still enjoying life as a married lady. Peggy and I celebrated (if that's the right word) our 41st anniversary in December. The Episcopal priest who married us said he had never performed a wedding in Advent but what the couple got a divorce, but we insisted on getting married posthaste (we had only met that August), so he married us, and we're still together. Even though it's been shit for the entire 41 years, we're waiting for him to die to get a divorce because we don't want to have to listen to him say, "I told you so." It's getting a tedious though because my looks have gone to hell, and I don't have much money, so I just don't know if I'll be able to find another wife, and now that you've gotten married, that's one less possibility for me.

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