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We're working on getting wedding invitations/info about hotels and the ceremony/etc. ready this weekend. Designing the invitation was fun. Fontwise we went with Papyrus -- a predictable and not really inspired font choice, I know, but we have limited font options readily available, and I despise all script fonts, so it had to be something elegant but also very readable, and Heather wanted something traditional-looking. Our little printer is humming away now printing envelopes, having already printed invites (which Heather art-stamped and colored by hand), and response cards, and response card envelopes. No way I was doing engraving, y'all. That's a whole other vendor to deal with. I'm much happier doing the design myself.

We're trying to invite a good mix of out-of-town relatives and local friends, but inevitably we can't invite everyone we want. Some more local people might get invited later if some of the out-of-towners can't make it. We'll see. This first wave of invites should be going out Monday.

Our wedding website is still a work in progress, but it's here, if anyone's interested. We really need to get a new photo for that page. We don't even look like that anymore.

Otherwise, things are going well. The Bridge novel is humming happily along. I'm reading good stories. I really liked Douglas Lain's "The Word 'Mermaid' Written on an Index Card" from the latest The Third Alternative, and "You and I in the Year 2012" by Eric Gregory in the new LCRW.

Heather's making good headway on submissions for Flytrap. Winnowing, winnowing. Everyone who submitted should hear back before the end of the month, I'd guess.

We're probably going over to my boss's house for a barbecue tonight. And maybe a movie later, if we can finish all this wedding prep stuff. And tomorrow morning, I'm supposed to be getting interviewed for A Certain Magazine. I'm a little nervous about it, but I'm sure I'll think of something worthwhile to say.



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