Yesterday, the family attended a reception for some friends of ours who were recently married. They had been engaged, but circumstances caused them to speed up the wedding plans and get married sooner than they had anticipated (and no, not because she got pregnant, because she's not).
Anyway, they didn't have the traditional wedding and reception at the time, so they planned a lovely reception a few weeks after the wedding. It was really nice.
It was at downtown Charleston on the East End, but still in a relatively residential area. However, there is street parking that is public - i.e. any one can park in front of a house unless it's marked off.
So, we found a space, parked and went in to the reception. We had a great time. We spent some time with the newlyweds, ate some delicious food, mixed with the other attendants - the 2 hour event went by in a flash.
When we came out of the building, we saw this:
I took loads of pictures and even Buddy got in on the fun by taking shots with his DSi.
We certainly thought so. But, that front pile of leaves was dragged halfway down the street when the Evil Twin pulled out! LOL.
Just for good measure, I noted the house number and did a reverse look up to find out who lived there. Now, who's your bitch?
If you don't want people to park in front of your house, don't live in downtown Charleston where the street fronts belong to the taxpayers (public).
On the way home, Buddy and I continued to take pictures of interesting surroundings - I'll post mine later in the week, but at one point, I asked him, "Do you want to be a budding photographer like Mommy?" And Sissy piped up, "I want to be a buddy, for talking like Mommy!"
In other news, I received a couple more confessions - I'll do that on Friday, so if you have the inclination, you can email me by Friday morning and I'll include your secret/confession on that post. :-)
It's Monday - and that means grocery day, which is my busiest day. I'll be checking blogs as I can. Love you all!