Ladies and gentleman, I think we have the first confirmed instance of a blogger wedding! Meg of is marrying Paul of digitaltrickery. Congratulations to them both. But of course, in fine blogger fashion, I must now make this all about me. I’m feeling weird. I remember reading Meg’s site when she and Paul first got together. I can’t find a date in the archives, but I’m pretty sure they’ve been together less time that we have. And that… makes me feel kinda weird. Not for them; for us. Know what I mean?


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  1. *Gossip alert*

    Actually, they’ve been engaged for a while now, but hadn’t announced it.

    How do I know? I stumbled across it by accident. Meg posted a picture of herself saying something about how there was so much she could say about the picture. I jokingly left a comment about the fact that there was a ring on her wedding finger and asking if she was engaged. She emailed me back, and said yes, they were engaged, but were not telling anyone for the time being. So I kept my mouth shut – it’s not my news to tell, after all.

  2. Eeek. Suddenly wondering if it’s even appropriate to mention this now…

  3. Ha. I missed that post. Nice guess, although I suppose it’s to be expected given how much weddings are on your mind. 🙂

    This sucks. I feel all excluded from the Engaged Girls Club. I don’t want to necessarily get married; I just wanna be the princess and have a party too! So unfair. *pout*

  4. Andrew (Riddles) and Heidi recently got engaged over here in Blighty. They’re not bloggers though.

  5. Riddles is engaged!? I didn’t know that. How great for him! But tell him I’m very upset that he has ruined the Dawson’s Creek fantasy. (He’s Pacey, therefore he can’t get married, but should instead put out to sea in a boat and womanize up and down the coast.) 🙂

  6. Kris – let Snook know that if I survive base camp, there’s a bottle of Rare Breed winging its way to sydney – or maybe some Basil Haydens.
    Yes I could have emailed him, but that’s no fun is it. Oh, and make sure he has a special batch of home-brew to chase it all down. Oh and I’ll get you that toilet brush that I promised you as your house-warming present at your previous residence.
    And Im spent…

  7. Dude, you just left a comment on my blog from the friggin’ HIMALAYAS? That rules! That may be the coolest comment ever. (For those outside the loop, Steve has been backpacking through Asian and recently decided – oh, on a whim – to do the base ascent of Everest.)

    I just read him your message. He’s laughing. Don’t die or anything. And come back soon – we need you to liven the place up.

  8. Steve’s really funny.

    I just thought a guy who’s backpacking through Asia might have a cool web site, so went to check it out and the next thing I know porn’s popping up all over my computer at work.

    He seems to know how to liven things up from abroad.

  9. Sorry about that! I almost clicked on it myself. Cheeky bugger.

  10. Tell you what, if I make it to Namche Bazaar, about a week from Base Camp, they have a satellite email service so I’ll drop in a message at 3420 metres (11221 feet – or 134645 inches which sounds even higher).
    Hopefully that will be your loftiest ever blog comment, and likely to be the only record i’ll ever break, other than the number complaints about the cold and the lack of oxygen in a 24 hour period.

    Be there in about 2.5 weeks. Wish me luck.

  11. Being at home this time, I followed Steve through the looking glass to the Makers Mark web-site. I’ve regained my sense of humor. Whiskey will do that, I guess. 🙂

  12. Wow, that was a cool site! I actually like their Flash animations. Too bad “Old Crow” doesn’t have a website, as that’s more his and the Snook’s style. 🙂

  13. Steve, was that you in the photos on your website? Inquiring minds want to know. ;->

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