Surviving the Grammys, Part 2

Incase you missed it, my first post is here. And without further adieu, more random musings...

I loved the wedding! I was tearing up in the stands, even though I could barely see Laura and Alex. What a crazy way to get married, other than those 33 couples, no one will ever be able to say that they were married by Queen Latifah while Macklemore, Ryan, Mary Lambert and Madonna performed. More on this next week! (@zoerainphoto)

The official Grammy Celebration was crazy amazing party with a Roaring 20's theme and tons of food- from sushi to grilled cheese. Ciara and Boyz II Men preformed. It was over the top with amazing decor including actual Model-T's. Basically I felt like I was in Baz Luhrmann's Gatsby. Oh and did I mention Jason and I brought our parents to the Grammys? Here I am with my mom and dad! 


After the the main after party we headed to a private, low key party with friends and ended the night chilling outside of our hotel. When you live in Seattle, it's a novelty to sit outside in January and not be freezing.


Finally, this might have been the best moment of the evening. A little backstory, I mentioned yesterday that I was SUPER excited to see Bob Saget. Jason really encouraged me to go up to him and ask him for a photo, but after watching that happen to my friends over and over, I really didn't want to be that person. He was with his daughter, he too had been nominated for a Grammy (comedy album) and hadn't won. If I was him, I wouldn't have wanted to be bothered by a creepy Full House fan. Anyway, fast forward 10 minutes, we're in our seats and suddenly we're standing back up to let Alan Thicke into our row, but instead of going past, he's saying to me, that he thinks I'm in his spot! After a minute of looking at tickets, we realize he's in the wrong place, to which he profusely apologizes and Jason quickly asks him to take a selfie with us, which he's happy to do. So I'm pretty convinced having Alan Thicke, favorite TV dad #2, delivered directly to me was my consolation prize for leaving Bob Saget alone. I'll take it!

All in all, it was a long, exhausting and emotional weekend for so many reasons, but overall- I'm honored I got to be a part of it all. 

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