This was a fun shoot! Not sure if I’d be completely up to it after sundown, though. There were quite a few noises and my mind was playing games with me.


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  • October 26, 2015 - 6:44 pm

    Omar - I’m sure Carlo would agree 110% with your observation with Joe. The Europeans seem to live a more relaexd (2 hour lunch) lifestyle than we Americans. A little red wine, sausage and cheese and sit in the park, watch the world go by. I think the average American would have a tough time adjusting to that lifestyle . Let’s try it anyway, what the heck!!


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  • October 26, 2015 - 7:56 pm

    Dicky - I was 35 and had never delivered a foraml toast before being best man in a wedding in September 2007. I paid only $1.99 for this book but it would have been well-worth the cover price. The book is a simple how-to guide for writing a toast. The book is 118 pages long, the pages are small, and for a basic toast you only need to read about half of the book. The second half of the book is for special situations (toasts for children, second weddings, post-elopement celebrations, etc.). The best part was the Toast Questionnaire in Chapter 3. Answering those twelve questions got me started and provided the raw material that became a successful toast two weeks later. I also purchased and read Wedding Toasts Made Easy by Tom Halibeck, and I recommend that book too.