i’m banking on the iMac i got kim to distract her enough that she doesn’t realize this post is 2 weeks late. if that doesn’t work i’ll try this…
these rings have no beginning and no end, like my love for you kim.
that’ll work for sure. it’s genius! (said while doing celebratory moonwalk away from desk.)
check out this insane crisp exposure of kim and i from back in the day.
we took our 1.2 everywhere we went.
it’s seen more clubs than [b]ecker in an all night poker tourny.
nothing can touch the 1.2 for sharpness.
1.2 megapixel that is.
even with all that noise, kim is still hot hot hot.
hows this for a custom crop?
you know we paid extra for that.
here’s the big day. we were just pronounced mr and mrs.
this is kim’s super cool uncle buster. sadly, we lost him a couple years after our wedding. this is one of the last shots of him and kim together. we still miss him very much.
i believe kool moe dee said it best…
this is what happens whenever an article of kim’s clothing is flung into a crowd of single men. our friend dave was the (lucky?) recipient of kim’s garter. i couldn’t tell if he was screaming for joy, or if he was sustaining bodily injury, so i hopped on top of the pile to check. i can’t be totally sure, but amidst all the noise, i may have heard the faint sounds of crackling bones.
angela and angel found themselves being kim’s kickstands a couple times that night.
this is where things got really fun. my old navy friend doug (and some dude in red boardshorts that we didn’t even know) got into the caterer’s cool whip supply.
the night was about to jump up a notch.
singing the praises of the ymca.
a slightly different take on the dollar dance.
after i slipped out of something more confining i hopped up on the table and got in on the action.
doug hooked me up with some styling whip.
kim, being the giving person she is, shared her cool whip with angela.
job well done crasher dude and doug…
job well done.
before the night was over, i had more drinks poured over my head than i could count, i was stripped of all clothing from the waist up, and i had cool whip in 4 of 6 orifices.
in other words, it was an awesome night.
kim and i both said we’d get married again just to have another reception. ours was at marina village and there were people coming over from other wedding receptions to party at ours. so much fun!
we closed our reception with everyone singing 40. we invited everyone that was still there back to our hotel room so they would have a safe place to stay the night (and sober up) then kim and i hopped in our rented chrysler sebring convertible and drove around pb and belmont park for a bit then went home to prepare for our honeymoon in oahu the was starting the next morning at 6am. no sleep til…north shore.
when choosing an anniversary gift for your new bride, you may want to save this one for a few years. i had this sign flown around cabrillo national monument and the old point loma light house (where i asked kim to marry me) for our 1st anniversary. how do you top that?
seriously. how do you top that?
i need some ideas for next year.
our awesome wedding photographer, rich pecjak, met us over in hawaii to take some honeymoon shots.
last time i was on navy reserve duty in oahu i gave kim a call and told her i was walking on the beach in waikiki. i then asked her to log on to the duke cam for a little surprise. here’s what she saw.
through the magic of al gore’s internet and my trusty mobile phone, i asked kim to marry me again.
as soon as we get the time and funds together we are going to throw one rad reception (with a little ceremony). we’ll keep you posted.
one thing’s for sure. when it jumps off we’re going to hire the MOST RADTASTIC PHOTOGRAPHERS to capture it all.
in case you were still wondering, kim said h-e-double-hockey-sticks yes!.
happy anniversary kim! you are still the signal fire that guides me.
if those images just weren’t enough kim and dave for you, check out the slideshow.
these awesome 1990s video effects get harder to watch with every passing year.