Saturday, October 08, 2005

Rain gods

I woke to the sound of rain this morning, the same sound I fell asleep to last night. And supposedly it is set to continue, throughout today, tomorrow, and beyond. So I am sitting here with knots in my stomach because apparently it is going to rain on my wedding day (though I am well aware, unlike Alanis, that this does not fit the definition of irony. Rather, it just plain sucks.) I'm sure we will still have a fantastic party, but a lot of what we had planned revolved around having the ceremony outside. I know, it's a chance you take, but all week the weather reports indicated a break in the rain on Sunday, and that's what I was counting on.

So, please, if you are reading this, do a chant, kneel and pray, burn some sage, spin around in circles yelling like a lunatic...whatever your particular beliefs call for, and try to get those rain gods to let up for just a few hours on Sunday afternoon in Canterbury, Connecticut.

4 comments:

Chrysanthemum said...

You know that I've been doing my ani-rain dance all week. Everything is crossed.

More importantly, HOLY SHIT, YOU'RE GOING TO BE MARRIED BY THIS TIME TOMORROW!

I, for one, can't wait... rain or shine. For your sake, shine. :)

kristin said...

I am sending every sunshiney vibe in my body to Canterbury, CT. Ask Chrissy - in the past my vibes have proved powerful. Don't let me down now, Vibes. DO YOUR THING!!

And.... CONGRATULATIONS!! I hope by the time you read this, you are Mrs. Jeremy Whatsislastname!!

With laughter and light (sunshiney light)-
Kristin

Big Ed said...

Hope all went well (it's Sunday night) and I'm hoping that there was no rain!

Congrats and Cheers!

ergo said...

Guess all that chanting paid off. It was lovely.