2005 was the year of the wedding. Our friends Becca and Drew tied the knot in May, Mel and Tim got hitched in August and (most importantly) me and my Adam got married on September 3rd, 2005. More than one person told me it was the best wedding they'd ever been to (I'm sure at least one of them was sincere). We now have some wedding pictures up in the hallway to remind me that, yes, it is possible for me to look pretty in that girlie way with the right dress, hairdo, and make-up. (BTW: I'm still madly in love with my husband).
Of course one can't forget that the wedding was followed by a fabulous week in Mexico. Where the Riu Palace staff made us feel like Mr. and Mrs. Thurston Howell III.
2005 was also (unfortunately) the year of SITEL (blech) which nearly ruined my karaoke voice by forcing me to read sales-pitch scripts at Americans all day.
Also this year those stupidheads at Paramount cancelled Star Trek: Enterprise. Didn't they learn from their blunder in the 60s that cancelling Star Trek was a bad idea? Maybe it'll be back one day. An Enterprise movie would be nice.
Oh, and I got my Pigs.
And if you read through my blog you'll pick out other monumental stuff that I forgot about.
The end of this year was supa fun. Me and Adam and Eireann (a.k.a. laser-eye Eireann), and my brother Craig, went up to Kevin and Kerri's new place in Kitchener. Kevin and Kerri made us yummy delicious dinner (including, but not limited to, roast beef, homemade bread, and apple crisp. Then we played Nintendo (Mario Kart and Karaoke Revolution) until like half-hour to midnight and then walked over to city hall where some band was playing so we could shout out the countdown in a crowd instead of feeling like big nerds who play Nintendo at their New Years party. (Nerdity RULES). Then we stayed over night (because Kitchener is SO darn far away not because we were all loaded or anything) and Kevin kicked off 2006 by making us pancakes and eggs and bacon. (I love food).