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  • Saturday, February 03, 2007
    We're back! It went very, very well, and now we're married!! I have a HUSBAND! A damned cute one that that :)

    We left town Friday at approximately 11:30 a.m. We were going to leave at 9, but e. had something to do at school (she had to dissect a sheep's eye) that she had been looking forward to for eons, and we didn't know until Wednesday that it was happening this Friday. I got in touch with her teacher, worked out the timing, and then Beloved called our Justice of the Peace to push things back by about 30 minutes. Fortunately, it all worked out.

    We arrived in P-Town about 1.5 hours before our appointment time, so we wandered the streets with the girls, who'd never been to the Cape at all. Unfortunately, it had snowed overnight, and then warmed up. We were traipsing through slush, and got wet feet and jeans. I was NOT a good mom - I had thought about packing their snow boots, knowing that the Cape had a chance of getting some snow, but I did not. Their sneakers got soaked, and their toesies were coldsies. I felt bad. They, however, were their usual indefatigable selves, and were more than fine.

    Our ceremony was in the Town Hall in the center of Provincetown. It is an old building with lots of wood and windows. Very quaint, very New England. Many lovely words were spoken promises exchanged, and rings placed on fingers. The girls were right there with us, and seemed happy. e. gave me a "you better listen to her!" look when the Justice of the Peace's speech included something about being together for the rest of our lives. She (e.) maintains that she was worried about us getting married b/c she doesn't want us to get divorced. Which is why she gave me that searing look.

    I shall post more on our cabin, our evening, and this morning later. My dad is here, and I don't want him to catch me posting. oh - I also want to post about book group on the wedding-eve. I had a great time!!

    I love the way Beloved looks with his ring on. It makes him look older (in a good way), more mature, and infinitely sexier. And he was already QUITE sexy :)
    posted by Zuska @ 4:58 PM  
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