What is it with last-minute weddings lately? First my niece, then my daughter's imaginary friend.
Yes, Krinzie has gotten married.
While discussing plans for our busy weekend on Saturday, we mentioned to the kids that we'd be attending mass at Grandma's church on Sunday. To which Sassy replied, "That's because Krinzie is getting married tomorrow."
Of course she is. She has an age that fluctuates with Sassy's mood, so why on earth wouldn't the logical next step be marriage? My first two questions were, 1) who is she marrying, and 2) are we paying for it? Evidently Krinzie is a good saver but either very secretive or very indecisive, because she paid for the wedding herself (Woo Hoo! Go Krinzie!) but did not share the groom's name with Sassy. I'm fine with whomever she decides to spend the rest of her life with, as long as it's not Michael Jackson or George Hamilton. (Although, if there's anyone I can picture marrying a figment of someone's imagination, it's Michael Jackson.)
The bride and her [not-Michael-Jackson-] groom are currently honeymooning in Northern California. She wore a pink and purple dress, and the entire ceremony happened during the priest's homily. We were quite surprised that the Catholic Church allowed the wedding, but we thought it was very progressive of them.
I'm really looking forward to buying the happy couple a wedding gift, and I have a few ideas:
1) Wedding china from Atlantis
2) A weekend stay at Hogwarts Castle
3) A unicorn.
I don't know--it's so hard to shop for a wedding present without the benefit of a registry. Maybe I'll just give them cash. I think I have a spare monopoly game around here somewhere.
*sniff* They grow up so fast.