We Kinda Crashed a Wedding and a New Tradition (photo heavy)

Sort of.

Richie says we didn’t crash it because it was in a public place and that crashing would have meant walking up and sitting down with everyone else.

Yeah, I’m not that brave.

I’ve decided on a new Sunday tradition, so last night I decided I wanted to get a bit of a head start. Richie and I went to Tower Grove Park for a walk and to take some photos of Nature.


When we pulled into the park, there was a horse and carriage ahead of us. I thought it was strange because there aren’t usually carriage rides in Tower Grove. We parked, got out, and began taking photos.



We came upon a couple in the middle of the path, where we learned there was a wedding going on (hence the carriage)


and some drama. According to Bonequeshia and George (aliases obviously- in case they were questioned) the bride was two hours late; the bridesmaids were cussing and fussing; the groom was drinking; a bunch of guests had already left and things were being torn down.




The bride was in the carriage, I guess waiting for everything and everyone to show back up. She had bright red hair to match her bright red flowers. Like you do. Bonequeshia’s son said that’s probably why she was late.

Bonequeshia’s Son: She was coloring them with markers.

Me: Think she’ll get a contact high?

Son: He’s going to wake up in the morning and his pillow is going to be all red.




This is my photo of Richie to prove that we were there for other reasons, not sneaking up on a wedding.





Anyways, they got married and it was all perfect and lovely.

Well, lovely.

I wish them the best of luck.


The family Concresha that we met last night (ALIASES) were so much fun and I hope we can crash more weddings with them in the future.


Anyways, new tradition. I’ve decided that on Sunday mornings I’m going to get up and walk to the park with tea and my camera and take photos. I live so close to tons of parks so this should be fun. This morning I went back to Tower Grove around 9:30. It was quiet and not too many people were there, which was awesome.


Free hugs inside! Don’t be such a wimp.


Why would you put a bench directly under a tree? I get wanting shade, but look at all that bird poo. Ick.








Of course I had tea and a book with me. I mean, duh.



Anyways, by the time I left, it had gotten a little warm. So I think next week I’ll go a little earlier in the morning. I won’t tell you where I’m going before hand because I don’t want you stalking me, nutjob. But yes, you have this to look forward to on Sundays now.


Good for you.


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