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Sunday, May 13, 2007 

Big Al goes to the Lin family wedding... sorta

One topic that I have censored has been some relationship details between Joleen and I. It's no secret to most of my friends that Jo and I fight regularly. I can't say it's her fault or my fault. The bottom line is that we bicker and we bicker a lot. So moving forward in my blog, I'll slowly release the censorship of our relationship and put as much detail as I can online.

(Q and Big Al hanging out during the reception. I was always double-fisted))

Anyways, so Jo and I went to Quincy and Jaime's wedding this weekend. We started out the weekend at Santa Clara University's Mission Church where 250+ guests packed the hall to see our beloved couple tie the knot. It was a great ceremony until Quincy tried to kiss Jaime. Hilarious!

(Poor Big Al can only sport Hugo while $$$ Yang only rolls in the Armani)

We then ventured off to The Ritz Carlton in Half Moon Bay for the reception. It was great from the start. We had valet parking and open bar to start it off. It was at this point that things got a little fuzzy as Jo and I moved into DefCon 1 and we conducted a meeting during the reception. I do remember a few things that were wedding-related such as the speeches, the bouquet toss and the garter toss, but most of it was blurred images and words that went in one ear and out the other.

(I give credit to Q. Always paying attention to the details. Thanks! This really made my day!)

Congratulations to Quincy and Jaime! I wish you many years of happiness and many kids! Hopefully you'll name the first one "Big Al".

MR. big al sounds so proper like.

dvd mr. big al, sir?



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