I can’t tell you how much your sympathy and suggestions meant to me. Just getting through this part of my life is so difficult. This poor old fatman (22 pounds down on my diet in the second month) has to come to some kind of way of extending his purpose.
I’m not sure I’ll ever be able to direct theatre again… can’t get to rehearsals and can’t find a theatre group that might want to do one of my experimental pieces. That is pretty depressing, too, having been creating such events since 1967.
Oh well… lots of blog writing to do what with a big election coming up (that’s how this blog started years ago)…at least that exercises my mind.
After having the wedding rehearsal yesterday at the Earl Pabst Music Pavilion ( the Oriental Theater, which is the actual site, was not available ) and a grat rehearsal dinner last night, we are getting ready this morning for the event.
I haven’t worn a suit in at least 20 years, so this is a complex experience.
At 11:30 we take a bus to the Theater and everything starts:
• the ceremony
• the Toast bin a restaurant across the street
• the Reception in another Restaurant across town
I guess we”ll see a lo0t more of Milwaukee, which, so far, seems to be a city where the most imp0rtant activityu is drinking beer. Not something a teetotaller like me can participate in. Oh well.
I’ll get back to you all later.
- Wedding Etiquette: Events Before the Big Day (crane.com)
- Wedding Stationery: The Pieces and Parts (weddinglovely.com)