Sunday, August 05, 2007

i'll admit it

i've started missing my blogmunity and all the interactions. so i'm posting a renewed commitment to get back to regularly reading all my friends' blogs, and regularly posting on mine. if there were a blog alter call (blalter call?) i'd come forward and cry a little. take it for what it's worth.

also, i'm stoked to announce that the mister and i recently celebrated our 3rd anniversary. i'm even stokeder to announce that, after three years, i'm seriously head over heels for this guy, and i've got a hunch he'd say the same thing (in his own, less dramatic kind of way). life is goooooood. nah. God is gooooooood. here's a few pics of us, just to prove that he exists (sometimes i think people assume i'm making him up.)

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speaking of celebrations, we went to a wedding yesterday. it was GORGEOUS and wonderful, so please don't think that the following is directly related. during the wedding, one of my favorite friends (that's you rlew!) and i started sharing stories about the WORST music we've heard used at weddings. and i said to rebecca, "that would make a great blog! let's ask everyone to tell us the worst music they've heard at a wedding!"

so here i am, asking YOU, dear friend. what horrifying/cheesy/cliche music have you heard at a wedding? some of our favorites from our conversation yesterday:

Wind beneath my wings
you raise me up
anything by twila paris

ready? set? surprise us!

3 comments:

Rebecca said...

aw shucks Breanna!

I'll start it off with one from our conversation: Because You Loved Me - it was sweet in 98 or whenever it came out...NOT ANYMORE!

Also, I think Pachabel's Cannon in D is cliche - let's move on kids. There's lots of other beautiful music out there.

Horrifying: "Save a horse, ride a cowboy" at the reception. No thanks...

James Wood said...

Uncle Kracker - Follow Me (yes, the song about adultery - yes, I heard it at an actual wedding).

Paula said...

"Sometimes When We Touch" by Dan Hill. Played in the middle of the ceremony. The opening lyrics are "You ask me if I love you and I choke on my reply. I'd rather hurt you honestly than mislead you with a lie."
WHAT?!

Also, one time, some wierdo played "The Best Day Ever" by Sponge Bob as part of the recessional. Oh, wait- that was me, and it was awesome! :)