Recently Ari and I were having a discussion about the wedding, and she began asking me what types of dresses I thought looked best.
Of course I replied that they all look the same to me, which got me A Look from Ari, which promptly changed my answer to “Whatever you pick will be great because you’ll look beautiful no matter what you wear.” I am what they call a Fast Learner.
As she browsed online looking at dresses, Ari then commented on a dress with a certain type of veil, and I looked up from my magazine and exclaimed, “Brides don’t wear veils!”
Ari corrected me. She said that while she won’t be wearing one, a lot of brides do wear veils. I told her that they sound a little medieval to me.
What can I say? I am quite the catch, ladies.
I really did not realize that brides still wore veils, so I told Ari that since we are all still clearly in the middle ages, I would require a sword to go along with my tuxedo, just to stay in the spirit of things.
My logic was that if we’re all acting like knights and slaying dragons that don’t eventually become our friends and give us rides places, I might as well go all the way and carry a sweet-looking sword too.
Ari laughed good and hard at my lack of veil knowledge and my suggestion of carrying a sword, but I still think it’s a pretty good idea.
Now if I had suggested carrying a shield too, that would be a little much.
Oh, but wait, I could put my family crest on that shield!
I’ll be back – I have to email Ari.