Stunning Jewish/Indian wedding at Pecan Springs Ranch
Have you ever seen Chris D’elia’s stand up? I have. In fact, while too high one day, I watched it and he’s the inspiration for my new goal of being a standup comedian. #noshame. I also got to meet him last year and he was sweaty and not really into the rapid meet and greet he had going on. BUT I WAS SO EXCITED. and this grainy photo is PROOF that I met him.
ANYWAY, in his old stand up, there is a bit about drunk women. How they get so excited about being drunk and scream, “WOO, WE MADE IT!”
That’s how I currently feel: drunk girl AF about my business. I feel like I’m losing my mind, with how good it is. I’m working with some incredible vendors, some OUTSTANDING clients, my work being pushed to a level I never thought I could get to. Who knew therapy was the freakin’ ticket, amirite? THANKS THERAPIST. Totally worth laying in bed for days without showering, devouring bags of chips and wondering where my life was going. Well, life has arrived.
Sneha and Paul just had the most amazing Indian wedding at Pecan Springs Ranch and I cannot get over it. The colors, the weather, the food, THE NINETIES COVER BAND THAT BLEW MY MIND. I also couldn’t get over how KIND everyone was. This is my fifth Indian wedding and honestly, I’ve been hit in the face without being apologized to in the hubbub of it all. But everyone was so freakin nicey nice and I enjoyed it. I was on a high after working for twelve straight hours, feeling like I could have stayed in those moments forever. It was a stupendous ending to my busy season and a great way to begin the season of my masters. I’m currently still working 70+ hours a week and trying not to cry, but also…I’m just so damn happy.
As usual, these vendors really blew my mother-lovin mind. Especially Sneha’s makeup, which didn’t budge for TWELVE HOURS. Don’t ask me to narrow down the images. I tried so hard.
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