February 25, 2012

Day 4: Hi! I'm Mrs. Goodin

First I'd just like to say that Kris's post yesterday, Wove and Mawwage, is 100% accurate.  I mean, except for the part about me being a poacher.... and John being a Canadian Mounty..... and me living in Alaska.  Everything else is completely historically factual.  What's left you ask?  I guess just the part about me being insane and getting married.  You would think that would be a bad combination but apparently its the secret to success. 

So we got married at the courthouse.  There was an entourage of like 50 Greek looking family members also in the waiting room and one blond-haired blue-eyed bride wondering what she was getting herself into.  Our ceremony was short and sweet, although, the lady left out "till death to us part", a testament to societies decreasing marriage expectations.  I, however, plan to be Angela Goodin for the rest of my life because divorce is expensive.  Oh, also I love my husband. 

Next step: kids.  Preferably a girl first.  The law of probability is on our side because my full blood siblings have a total of 6 boys and 1 girl.  Our family is due for some females.  Besides, how adorable would my 6'8" husband look with a tiny little girl in his arms... that sounds cuter than a box of kittens.  Coming from me, that's saying A LOT! 

1 comment:

  1. I love that you got married in a courthouse, Its like tradition from your parents and our grandparents. Congrats :)