31 October 2005

LET'S DO THIS THING!

(Brownguy and Keri got engaged this weekend)

It's hard not to get a little choked up about this one. Brownie & Keri got engaged, and Emma is going to have a new dad. They have officially joined the line up of the Matrimonial Dream Team of 2006 and will be suiting up in Dec 2006.


(photo: Perhaps there was something in the beer at the Cisco Brewery?)

It's a great match. For one thing, Scott and Keri are both compassionate and versatile. Brownguy is notoriously frugal and anal (in an endearing way) but can also be this guy. On the flip side, Keri -- and Dawnie too -- share this elusive multi-dimensional quality, for they too can be cool and grounded and then kick it like this. It's the Yin Yang - things in life are not completely black or white, and one cannot exist without the other. This is the very foundation of "getting someone." And if you have that, you have everything. Congratulations to Scott & Keri! We look forward to visiting the future home of many a good time as well as the cleanest bathroom in the history of Massachusetts. Cheers!

8 comments:

wmd said...

Fantastic news. CONGRATULATIONS!!! To SB and T, I say a triple ceremony at an all you can eat Chinese buffet should not be ruled out.

SAC said...

The Hu Ke Lau in Chicopee would be a great place- Polynesian Band and grass skirt follwoed by Kareoke and Keno.....

SB said...

I used to participate in scorpion bowl races at the Hu Ke Lau! Too bad they didn't have karaoke there back in 1991.

lp said...

GREAT NEWS! Congratulations Scott & Keri! So excited for you guys.

Perhaps we should ask the Dirt Farmer to act as JP and "do this thing" on Nantucket. Bags can order the chapel-style inflatable Moonwalk that he talked about last year.

BAGS said...

The Tri-fecta of great news items. LP&WMD /T-Bag&Dawn / Body & Keri. Great stuff congrats all.

By the way the bounce house would look great at either the Nantucket house or in the parking lot of the Hu Ke Lau in Chicopee. Either way let me know. I can get us a break on the ballpound or the Thomas the Train moonwalk, let me know what which one will go better with the brides maids' dresses.

SB said...

Thanks everyone! Although I think Keri is having 2nd thoughts after seeing that "beach" photo.

Celine said...

Just for the record, Keith is not kidding about the "bounce house". (is that what they call it out in 413 ??)
He's been itching to get one for just such an occasion. Maybe we could hire a Ding Dong Cart too.

wmd said...

Bounce house AND a ding dong cart??!! I'm in! that would cover rehaersal dinner and reception all at once.

p.s. nice work on the anti-spam tactics KJ