Monday, October 11, 2010

The Gypsy Getting Married

The Gypsy is engaged.
This is rather sudden, surprising, and oh so very exciting!
(A gypsy wedding! Can you imagine? It's gonna be fantabulous in the nuttiest of ways). 

I'm guessing that he must have been feeling left out since The Cousin and The Husband got married. And I'm saying this because The Gypsy hasn't had a girlfriend. Up until a few weeks ago he was single. (Well there was that girl who tasered him but that's another story for another time).

Basically he decided he wanted to get married so he put the gypsy word out and voila, the future Mrs Gypsy appeared. (I've never met her but wouldn't it be the most wonderful thing if her name was Rose Lee?)
They got to know each other for a couple of weeks and now they're engaged. The Gypsy has even gotten himself a brand new caravan.

sparkly new caravan = serious.

(And so as not to be confused, The Gypsy is not one of the Romas that Sarkozy has evicted, he is a French gypsy from way back so that's why Sarkozy isn't all up in his grill... for the moment).

I don't even know what to wear to a gypsy wedding.

(I'm thinking something Whirling Dervish like) 

Cannot. Wait.

bisou

 

28 comments:

  1. Wow! Just a couple weeks engagement? Well, congrats to the Gypsy!

    BTW - can't you belive you got married in Lenox. So cool. It's truly a small world.

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  2. Congrats to the Gypsy! And So. Much. Fun. I'm picturing flowy skirts and tambourines and music and lanterns/candles!

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  3. Sara how very exciting!!! I would wear something bright and flowing. It will be fun!

    xoxo
    Karena
    Art by Karena

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  4. Wow exciting story, hop over to Amsterdam and we'll find you something to wear at the wedding :)
    Erna xx

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  5. Ooh! this promises to be fun! I'm jealous! Take lots of pictures at the wedding!!

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  6. Wow!
    Congrats to the Gypsy!
    Wear something coloured, with flowers and fluttering clothes! I'm so excited for the wedding, I'd like to see a Gypsy wedding!
    Bisou, Babi

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  7. When I read the word 'gypsy' I was wondering whether Sarkozy has not yet been your way with his ethnic-cleaning broom.

    As for what to wear to the wedding. Long red dress and red lacy shawl around your head will do the trick. Carla Bruni just whispered to me that you should go barefoot!

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  8. Oh yes, whirling and barefoot!

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  9. I'd love to go to a gypsy wedding! In fact I'd love to marry a gypsy (provided he's a Johnny Depp in Chocolat lookie-likie). I wish you'd let me know sooner that the gypsy was looking for a wife. When I was a little girl I used to dream of being a gypsy. Actually I still do. Can't wait to see the photos.

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  10. J'adore ;)
    Congrats to the Gypsy !

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  11. Definitely LOTS of pictures! Whirl away!

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  12. Lots of pics please! Never seen a Gypsy wedding before, but can only imagine it to have such a fun chilled vibe.

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  13. Ooh, I second Sarah Elizabeth! Johnny Depp is my kind of gypsy!

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  14. I love all of your adventures! You should turn it into a book... I would buy it!! xo

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  15. Another fun adventure for you .. and for us to hear about! Can't wait ;)

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  16. nice blog, please visit my blog .

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  17. Oh this does sound fab! I've only seen Irish gypsy weddings and they are crazily over the top, can't wait to see the pics.

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  18. Gypsy, as in a REAL Gypsy?!?! The Gypsy's around our summer home in Greece are for the most part hard working veggie/lawn chair/ fertilizer/planting pot- sales people. Driving around in mini-Datsun trucks yelling through a megaphone about their latest daily items for sale. It's like something out of a movie to see. But we don't socialize with them....really they keep to their own. THOUGH their weddings are notorious for being OVER the top fabulous. You think Gypsies are modest/poor folk but actually they squirrel their money away (cuz they live in caravans etc) and are often SUPER richie-rich!!! This should be quite the wedding indeed....

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  19. Johnny Dep look-alike? Whirling dervish? Flowers? Fifty as the best man? Adult beverages? You didn't mention those but they are absolutely necessary. Count me in!

    You make me laugh like crazy and you brighten up the world!

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  20. Congrats to the Gypsy =] Too funny. I can't even imagine getting married after only a few weeks, but it'll definitely be interesting!

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  21. Whirling Diversh all the way!! Can't wait to see pictures of this shindig- French wedding with a gypsy element! What is there not to anticipate??

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  22. Congrats to Gypsy! I can't wait to read your reports and see photos of the Gypsy wedding, I wonder what that will be like?

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  23. make sure to master the dances from Kate Bush's Wuthering Heights. you will be a crowd pleaser.

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  24. thanks for visiting over at my place -- i thought i'd drop by and am so glad to discover this wonderful blog!

    looking forward to future visits to le petit village~

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  25. Love your blog! Please visit/join mine:)
    www.abitofeverything-nicoline.blogspot.com

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  26. Beads! Beads and a headscarf! And a ball! A crystal ball! XX!

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  27. A flower garland like the one in my jersey live photos! if you want you can borrow it, we can be pen pals!

    xx

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