Note: It's 7 AM and there's no DBD. If you wanted to avoid another Rishi-style DBD, maybe you should have posted one. Your parents/spouse/children/cats will be very disappointed in you!
It seems like it was only a little over a month ago when I was preparing for my best friend's wedding and obsessing over what to wear. Oh wait, that was only a little over a month ago. But at least that went well!
Now it's time for another big wedding. Weddings are always a big deal, but Indian weddings take it to another level. Multi-day affairs, even in America (seriously, this one had a prayer service on Wednesday; the Mehndi, or henna decoration ceremony, tonight; the Sangeet, or another excuse to sing, dance, and be merry on Friday night; the wedding ceremony Saturday daytime, and the reception at night). And the biggest issue out of all of this? That's five different outfits to choose!
So now that that's all figured out (navy suit with pink shirt and blue for Saturday night, for those of you curious), the next step is to figure out how to approach this one, since weddings should obviously be all about me. Since this is a family friend's wedding and there will be my mother and plenty of her friends in attendance, I can't approach it with the same reckless abandonment that I did the prior one.
But I still need to get noticed! Do I just dance with anyone? Do I talk nicely to parents so that they talk their daughters up to me for an arranged match? Do I just drink the entire bar? What a bonanza!
Also, people, seriously stop getting married so fast! Enjoy your twenties! Do dumb things, enjoy life!
Okay, enough for now.
GO BEARS BEAT THE HOSE!