Vishnu and I made a quick trip to Atlanta this weekend. And by quick I mean it was less than 48 hours. But I’ll take what I can get!
We drove to Atlanta on Friday. The 11 hour drive actually flew by as we were doing some prep work for Roshni and Samir’s wedding! We got to Vishnu’s parent’s house at 8 pm. After eating dinner, we sat and talked/watched TV for a bit before heading up to bed.
Our friend Anil’s wedding was Saturday morning, so we got up, got ready, and got going! The wedding and reception were both so much fun. The whole day felt like a college reunion of sorts. Lots of eating, dancing, laughing!
On Sunday it was a little hard to rise and shine…my legs and feet were killing me! Dancing in ~4 inch heels for hours makes for a rough next morning! Regardless, we wanted to spend as much time with Vishnu’s parents and brother as we could so we sucked it up and got up pretty early. Then before we knew it, it was time to head to the airport.
I’m not going to lie – this trip made me really homesick. As much as I love living in Miami, there is nothing like home! Thank goodness I’m going back in a short 2.5 weeks!
Annnnnd we’re back from wedding event #3 of the year! As expected, it was an absolute blast. The weekend was one big college reunion! While it was great catching up with people we haven’t seen in years, I (and I think Vishnu would agree) am entirely exhausted! Totally worth it though!
My plan for this post was to share some pictures from the weekend, but let’s just say someone changed a setting on the camera that caused 95% of the pictures to come out a little blurry. And let’s just say that someone is me. Oops! Lesson learned.
Anyways, here are a few decent shots we were able to get.
How fun is this setting?!
Most of these pictures are from the first event of the weekend (the garba). Not sure why we didn’t take more pictures at the wedding itself. I think both Vishnu and I are still getting used to our SLR. I, for one, was afraid I was going to drop it or lose it. And to be honest, we didn’t even bring our camera to the reception (the last two pics were clearly taken with an iPhone). When Vishnu asked me if we should or not, I said no because I knew we would both want to dance. It’s a little hard to boogey with that thing hanging around your neck!
I promise we’ll take better pictures at the next wedding we go to…which is only a little over a month away!
And finally, congratulations Naveen and Shaylee! Everything about this weekend was beautiful, and we feel so blessed to have been a part of it!
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