We all know that I now keep my profession top secret. Nope, not because I hold a high level position within the government. Or because I am the CEO of a multibillion dollar company (damn it). It’s because I certainly don’t want one of my clients to accidentally land on my blog and discover what a true
whore loser I am.
I have a big job tomorrow. A wedding. A day that the couple will remember forever and I don’t want it to be because the food sucked. The ‘lucky’ couple are adorable. Kinda crunchy-granola-ish and they chose me to trust with their big day. I’m nervous as hell. I always am before my big events. What if everyone throws their forks down in disgust and demands to know ‘what is this?’ that they’re eating? I would die. Right there on the spot. Sure, it hasn’t happened in the 12 years that I’ve had my company, but I sure don’t want tomorrow to be the first.
So back to the bride and groom. They’re young and perky and full of hopes and dreams. They have plans to stay together forever and to help make the world a better place. They march to the beat of their own drum and don’t care what anyone else thinks. They’re bright and happy and totally deluded. 😉
This couple is made for each other. I wish them every happiness. I hope they have an amazing day. I hope they and their guests like my food. I hope everyone enjoys a day to remember. What I really hope for though, is that I don’t bust out with a big ole’ ‘bullshit’ when they come to the better or worse part of the vows. Or worse yet, start crying. We all know they wouldn’t be tears of joy for the newly married couple that I’d be shedding, but instead ones of jealousy. Damn these people for being able to find their ‘one’ and I can’t……. bitter much?
Okay, really what I hope for is that my salmon turn out perfect and that I don’t overcook my herb crusted fillet 🙂