On the Road with Henry
From Chicago to L.A. to Seattle...and wherever.
Denver Week

I've just arrived in Denver with my wife and daughter, and we're planning to stay at Jeff's apartment. We have a long and exciting week ahead of us. On the Fourth, we'll see the fireworks display over downtown Denver with Jeff and his fiancee. On the day after, he will throw a bachelor party, to which I am invited, while Jennifer and Ashley will go to his wife's bachelorette party. And next Saturday, 7/7/07, will be the day that Jeff gets married! I can't tell you how happy I am for him, because he's my brother, and I always hoped he would find the same happiness that I did. Now that he’s found it, I wish him lots of happiness, and I hope he is as happily married as I am for a very, very long time (Jennifer and I will celebrate our 15th wedding anniversary this year, with a trip to Las Vegas). The major difference between his wedding and mine is that I got married in a Vegas wedding chapel and tried to invite Jeff and my parents, who were shocked beyond belief, but are now happy with the fact that I married a great woman in Jennifer, and he will get married in a traditional church wedding, to which our parents will definitely come. I still remember telling Jeff not to do what I did, and he took that advice to heart, because he's now thanking me for it! I'm already looking forward to spending our first Christmas together with our wives. I don't care if it's in Chicago, Denver or Seattle, as long as we're all together. By the way, I hear my cousin back in Chicago has a new boyfriend, and she's bringing him to the wedding, but that's all I can tell you now. Anyway, expect an update next week from our Denver trip. I shall write it as soon as I get back to Seattle. So that being said, Happy Fourth of July, and I wish Jeff good luck in his marriage!

2007-06-30 20:50:37 GMT

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