Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Howdy, y'all! We're freshly back from Atlanta, GA.

Sante` Cheri.

Thursday Night's Italian Dinner.

Moi at the Rehearsal Dinner.

Scott and His Mom & Dad at the Rehearsal Dinner.

Wooohoo! On the Bus Going to the Temple.

Betsy, Circling Brett, a Jewish Wedding Tradition.

Don't We All Look Spiffy?

At the Temple, Just After the Ceremony.

The Happy Couple Eating Cake.

On the dance floor, being rowdy.

Well, we're finally done with all the traveling. It was very fun and we had lots of adventures, but I'm happy to be home. We were in Atlanta last week for Scott's cousin, Brett. It was my very first trip to Georgia. We stayed in the Buckhead area in Atlanta, which is a nice, green, and a very affluent area in Atlanta. Neiman's, Sacks, Bally, Gucci, Valentino, Cole Haan! I wish we had the time to see Atlanta-the city, instead of just one really uniformed area of it, but that will have to be left for next trip. We had some wonderful food in Atlanta. Our first night's dinner reservation was for Bacchanelia, which is a wonderful place and Atlanta's top restaurant. The food was amazing, the service impeccable and the location great. However, the photos from Bacchanelia are in another digital camera, which has yet to be unpacked. So, stay tuned for those. The next night, we went to a wonderful little Italian with a sweet balcony. The names escapes me right now. The food was super delicious and we really liked our server. The rest of the week/weekend were spent at wedding related functions and let me tell you, we had a wonderful time. Every little detail was thought of by the mother of the bride, Julie. As you can tell, it was a great time. We wish Brett and his beautiful new wife, Betsy, a life filled with love, light and happiness. Welcome to the married couples' club, kids!

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