I attended a different kind of wedding anniversary party just two days before. I will tell you how different it was at the end of this blog post.
There were about 24 guests assembled in a hall decorated with colorful balloons, papers, serial lights. The ambience was enhanced with new kind of lighting. The air conditioner was in full blast.
First there was a mimicry show that every one of us was told to participate. It was hilarious.
Next was a drawing competition, a sort of caricature drawing that each of us was to draw our spouse. Held under the glorious murray feiss light, our faces showed shyness and appreciation-on the paper of course.
We bypassed the usual awkward dance but enjoyed a cheerful pool game. The pool table was light by a breath taking looking sea gull lighting. My husband was at his adept best and drew a hearty applause.
The food was all home made brought by each participant. There were 24 kinds of delicacies and 24 different home made beverages. Liquor was not allowed.
Thus we celebrated my 24th wedding anniversary.
Well, what else were you expecting? Wasn’t that different?
At every party there are two kinds of people: those who want to go home and those who don't. The trouble is, they are usually married to each other.