In the list of expenses that come with a wedding, it’s easy to lose yourself with venues, menus, and more, but one of the items that needs to be at the top of that list is photography. The images that are captured that day should emulate the love that everyone attending has for you, and someone that doesn’t know their camera can blow it. Don’t … Continue reading Wedding Photography: Don’t Be Cheap
There is no way that Paige and I are unique to this notion, but we want to know why the honeymoon should end just because it’s time to get back to work and, as everyone else is putting it, the real world? Now just over two weeks married and fresh off our trip to Japan, I’m reflecting on the way we worked our way through … Continue reading The Never Ending Honeymoon
As many of you know, I got married! And since we’re honeymooning in Japan, it’s been difficult to blog without convenient wifi. It probably wouldn’t be too fair to Paige either if I spent all my time writing. Luckily, tomorrow is a travel day, leaving picturesque Karuizawa for Kyoto and hopefully some time to get a post queued up for you guys back in the … Continue reading Honeymoon Hiatus
I know the site has been really quiet since my last post, and there’s been plenty to write about, since the government shut down and everything, but unfortunately I’ve been a little busy with that whole wedding thing. So, in lieu of the darkness from the Freelance Rider, here’s a look at everything that our wedding planning has consisted of as we approach our final … Continue reading Riding Silent: I’m Still Here
As many of you know, the honeymoon is coming a couple of days after the wedding, and Japan is going to be new for both of us. The resounding question though has been: Why Japan?! For me, it’s simple. Tons of history, a rich culture full of varying levels of quietly understood respect, and awesome food. A honeymoon should be a trip of a lifetime, … Continue reading I Read A Manga… And I Liked It?
11 days out, and we’re looking for a break in the storm. Before I go much further, Paige and I have offered our thoughts and appropriate condolences to the people of Japan, primarily Kyoto, that were affected by Typhoon Man-Yi which forced hundreds of thousands of residents to evacuate their houses before the storm’s 3 inches an hour filled the streets with the swollen Katsura. … Continue reading Wedding Stress: A Broken Calm