Let me tell you something people. The key phrases wedding, Nebraska and January have never been anywhere on my priority list. I mean absolutely no disrespect to my beautiful wee little pint size cousin and her decision to marry her hunka hunka Hubby, Daniel in Omaha, NE in the middle of January. However I will say that we could have easily had the same beautiful ceremony on the planetary system of Hoth! It was flippin' cold! For those of you who have no clue what Hoth is (SHAME ON YOU IF YOU DON'T)!
The last time I saw Audrey was at her older sisters wedding months earlier in the much warmer climate of early October. Suffice it to say I'm starting to think Alyssa, Audrey's older sister might like me better. No matter the guesses and despite my incessant complaining about the cold weather in my home state, which by the way solidifies my ascension into almost 100% native of this great Earth's south land and its warmer climates, the wedding of Daniel and Audrey was an absolute fantastic love sit in. Complete with laughing, crying, teeth chattering and joy for all who attended.
Its quite rare to see a couple so young dive so responsibly into marriage as these two. Granted they've got one of the most ridiculously awesome support teams in their friends and family. So awesome I'd say that if these two even considered throwing in the towel on their nuptials said support team would give the two of them a world class spiritual talking to and that idea would quickly wash away.
Audrey and Daniel left for Australia mere weeks after the wedding. Not to honeymoon but to take up residency and begin the first leg of their journey together in the land of the worlds second best Olympic swimmers and the best selling beer of Fosters. I'm no beer snob but I'm not sure if a man or woman can survive on Fosters alone. Hopefully the import business is keeping them supplied with better libations than that. Despite the mediocre beer and apathetic swimming I know they're making quite the life for themselves down under and they can rest assured that they've earned my respect and they will always have a true believer in New Orleans supporting them and rooting for them. However if they invite me to renew vows anytime soon I'm going to have to insist they come down south so that I never have to take their photos on a frozen solid pond that made my toes go numb in less than 10 minutes.