Sunday, 22 April 2007

Mazal tov!

Saturday marked the long overdue wedding of my good friends Alfie and Annie in a lovely ceremony at The Chimes in midtown Memphis, followed by a very nice catered reception next door, where I got to bust out my stunning old-school dance moves to classic tracks like “Baby Got Back” along with some vague efforts on my behalf at ballroom dancing, and a post-reception gathering at Celtic Crossing. Congratulations to the happy couple, pictured below in much less formal attire:

Alfie and Annie stylin'


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[Permalink] 1. Annie Sumrall wrote @ Mon, 23 Apr 2007, 4:25 am CDT:


I must say you busted a move VERY well! Those ole skool moves came in handy (and I think they might be making a come back since the kids were emulating all of them!) Who knew you were a regular fred astaire mixed with MC Hammer! Thank you so much for being there and celebrating with us!


Many congrats to Alfie (a proud product of Ole Miss) and Annie, whom I never met, but clearly has poor taste in men.

[Permalink] 3. Alfie Sumrall wrote @ Sun, 29 Apr 2007, 7:46 pm CDT:

You never met her, but I think you gave her a C (ie: she earned a C) in POL 101. :-) And thank you for the congrats. I hope Chris took a couple more flattering pics of us at the wedding and reception.


Alas, all the pictures I took at the wedding were on those Target Club Wedd cameras you had around the tables at the reception; I didn’t bring my camera with me (and now I’m kicking myself). But hopefully you have some good ones on those rolls.

[Permalink] 5. Alfie Sumrall wrote @ Mon, 30 Apr 2007, 9:13 pm CDT:

Yeah they’re still sitting in a box in the living room, but I know the wife is planning on taking them + everything she took on her camera in Belize (not counting everything she took on her digital and already has) in the next few days. I’ll e-mail you anything good.


If you’re lucky, only half of the pictures will be partially obscured by one of my big fat fingers. How was Belize?

[Permalink] 7. Alfie Sumrall wrote @ Tue, 1 May 2007, 7:17 am CDT:

Freaking awesome! If I’m not living on Ambergris Caye with the couple thousand other American and British ex-pats in 10 years, something is definitely wrong with me! We loved every minute of it. Our “touristy” things were a couple snorkels, parasailing, and the Lamanai Mayan ruins on the mainland.

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