Enough house talk already, right? I thought I would switch gears to our fabulous wedding – set for August 24, 2012!
I think the top two most important things for any wedding is 1) the vendor and 2) the photographer. The vendor is all about the food and atmosphere and the photographer is all about capturing the memories.
To be honest the pictures may take first place for me because I LOVE photos. I love the memories they hold and the expressions they capture.Needless to say the person taking pics at my wedding needs to be awesome, and I’m pretty sure he is.
Our wedding photographer is Scott Langley, and he is a local guy from Columbia County – a photo journalist. When we met him he said that as a photo journalist he likes to tell the story of your big day with his photos.
Judging by the engagement shoot we had at Empire State Plaza I think he will do just that. Tell our story, which is what pictures are all about. I’m in love with the photos he took. Sam and I had an awesome time last October. The Plaza is so memorable for us because for several years we lived one block up the from here.
We closed on our house on August 23, 2011. It was a very surreal day. I can’t even remember what time the closing was, but I had to work in the morning. I was going to go back to work after the closing, but somehow I was convinced that the rest of the day should be spent celebrating our new purchase.
We ended up driving to the wrong law office for the closing, but Sam had picked me up from work early, so it wasn’t a big deal. The previous owner was late and so was his lawyer and consequently so was the listing agent if I recall correctly. I won’t divulge too much of my opinion about the other party on the internet because it’s kind of like talking behind someone’s back to a potential bazillion people. It was interesting to say the least.
After the closing we drove out to the house. Sam and I were both very giddy on the drive over, and I think I at one point we might have been screaming we were so happy.
The previous owner had signed a “hold harmless” agreement a few months before the closing, which basically said we could work on the house even though it was theoretically still his. So needless to say we pretty much made ourselves right at home. We even had our new sectional couch delivered there and we set up our refurbished wicker furniture on the back porch, which overlooks the babbling Tackawasick creek.