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Hi Amy! Congratulations on landing such a handsome man.
We’re thinking that, in lieu of rings, we’ll get matching tattoos. Maybe of eagles. 1) Do any of you know how to tattoo, and 2) How much ceremony time will we need to allocate to get that done?
Can I write my song requests on a bar napkin? I think of the best music when I’m not under pressure!
– Ann Stice
DKW and I have been taking tattoo correspondence course and we are getting pretty good at it. We practice on the dogs and other small animals that we catch. The dogs are getting used to the needles. And Georgia’s tongue has this snake looking thing tattooed on it. By September we may be able to do an eagle…depending on what body part you want it on. We will keep practicing.
– the judge who was and is a judge
I love the website, great work guys! I’m getting psyched for the wedding, we can’t wait to come!
ummm you forgot to put Cowboy Lounge on this list, but I will forgive you since you did put wax in the city. love this site, so excited!
Which tab has information about the wolves?
I Googled wolves inDenver and saw a mediocre video on YouTube with white wolves in the Denver zoo and they howled
Love the site, especially the spice girls via 1997 and Delinda’s note about Mr. Blevins.
XOXO from Australia!
If we’re going on a wolf expedition to the zoo, we should check out the orangutan with one hand that squeezes golf balls. I need jokes for my wedding toast.
Hola guys! If you want me to ask around about the use of our floor from the DNCC for something…I totally will. I know people in this city. & let me clarify-our fl not yours Adam; sorry, it was much to serious for the ho hall’s taste.
You’ve really made plans! How disappointing. We were looking forward to a kind of scavenger hunt affair. The Mile High city will never recover. Love you both, in alphabetical order. Dad and Doll
– Dick and Ellie
Yes, mint green!
You have a Things to Do section but not a Things to Bring section. How is Teddy going to know what to wear?
– Liz (the Cambridge one)
That’s it. If I ever get married again I’m DEFINITELY hiring you two to do my site. (Sorry honey.) Love the site, can’t wait to spend some time with you and watch you make it official. xo
2 words – CASA BONITA!!! I’m so excited (for the wedding, I’m excited for the wedding too)
I’ll see if this Jew can make it….gonna be tough
Your mom is really excited and is very proud. Thanks for including me I need to be there to report back to work all the details your Mom might forget Also my parents anniversary is September 19th and they were married for 62 years! CONGRATS!!
Too fun! This site reminds me of the Office TV show, which I love. I also love your wedding plans, I am so excited for you, maybe you should include a countdown or something like that so we can get even more psyched? Gift registry?
We’re bringing Sparks. No. Really.
Thanks for rescheduling your wedding for me. Can’t wait to see you!
I’m personally in this for the burritos. I’ll fly anywhere for good burritos.
So excited! We get matching, personalized fanny packs, right????
Can we see the playlist? Pleeeeeze? The YMCA has dance lessons and I might just have to take some.
The site is great!! Looking forward to the big event and the road trip plans are coming along. Thanks for planning a wedding in such a great place.
– Toni Chase
I want to hear “If you like it, then you better put a ring on it” to see if all the toddlers dance like that baby on youtube.
– Shannon Nelson
Didn’t Dog t.B.H. and Beth split up? I think I heard that. Can I therefore stay out of jail? We’ll see. I’d miss the kidz, and Dog t.B.H. and I don’t have much in common, for instance reading material.
– dod Mark
**PBS GEEK ALERT**
Lakeside Amusement Park (from the “things to do” tab) is featured in WQED’s “Great Old Amusement Parks” documentary, which has been rebroadcast on a PBS station near you every summer for about a decade.
Love your RSVP page, can’t wait to see the invitation!
Love the invitation and the site. I wish we could make it.
Your wedding unfortunately falls on the day before Ryan’s finals start. And he says it would be awkward if I came alone. So there you have it: dental edumacation wins again.
Please reconsider your gift policy. I had some swell gifts for you, things I’ve saved from my two marriages that were never used. Would you like a brand new CANASTA ENTERTAINMENT SET, COMPLETE WITH PLAYING CARDS AND LITTLE PENCILS? I also have a 26-piece set of nesting soup bowls, each with a picture of a member of the 1967 Russian Politboro faithfully reproduced on the bottom of each bowl. How about that? I’ll bet you’re reconsidering right now. Just let me know. Love, DAD
I know I am a little late getting on here–sorry! Love this whole site and am working on plans to get there on the 18th! So excited for you guys!!!
– Patti Buss
Rock it Killer. Wish I could be there for your big day. I told Lisa to take lots of pictures and copious notes Love you!
– Jennifer McCreery
Best wedding website ever. Am I surprised? No. But still impressed. One question: where is the t-shirt?
Great invitation – how ‘Amy’ is that! Especially love the stamp. You really should reconsider the gifts, we have a matching fly swatter clock waiting for you! (we have our up)
– Mark & Debbie
Congratulations on your upcoming nuptials. Sorry we can’t make it, but we’ll be coming out of our own wedding the weekend before.
Love your website. You should do this for a living.
– David Cooling & Audrey Waters
BTW– this is the COOLEST wedding site I have ever seen – ’cause you guys are the coolest, no doubt! VERY sorry we cannot make it to the big day (sad faces here)–we wish you both great happiness and a lifetime of joy and laughter (don’t think that’s going to be a problem!!)Heart-Patti & Steve Buss
So, which of the “Things to do” features the smooshed penny machine?!?!?
I’m so bummed I can’t make it. Working all weekend – silly national security. Congrats you two. All my love!
Iris, Sadie, and I are sending you all the North Carolina love we can muster… I so wish we could be there for the wedding. We miss you!
we’ll be there, with bells on. Which way to the helo pad?
I guess my invitation got lost in the mail. I can’t wait to see the Fine Nine again, and I plan to wear my mint green pants. I didn’t realize how popular and flattering they are. And that high school girls talk about them!
– Mr. Blevins
We are so bummed we can’t make it. But are not only inspired by this amazing web site, but we’re going to show our appreciation for your union by getting you loaded at Smuggler’s Cove when you get back!!
– Alex & Amber
That was the BEST WEDDING EVER! Excitement, memories, family, humor, STOLEN DRESS, RECOVERED BY DENVER P.D., toasts, food. AWESOME. Sorry to those who missed it. Oh, and I lost a set of car keys LOVE TO AMY AND ADAM AND MY NEW EXTENDED FAMILY. Taos is wonderful. xxxooo
– Amy's real mom
wonderful show. so happy
– Aged g ma
hay amy’s reel mom youforgot the fire. when they said leave hotel my oldest son was on 12 floor with his twins and wife. they said use stairs only. luckily the fire was not and son/twins/wife slept thru.
happy holildays. ZZZZZZ’s gma
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A Spanish organization called Fundación ANAR, or Aid to Children and Adolescents at Risk, created a bus-stop advertisement in April that features the group’s hotline number for children to report abuse. But by using a process called lenticular photography, the company made the hotline number, and much of the ad’s content, visible only to those under a certain height — presumably children.
Lenticular photography allows companies to create an image in a way that lets viewers see one of several different photos, depending on where they’re standing. In the case of ANAR’s ad, anyone taller than 4 feet 5 inches — the average height of a 10-year-old, according to the group — would see a picture of a boy with an unmarked face and the following message: “Sometimes, child abuse is only visible to the child suffering it.” Anyone under that height would see an image of the boy with a bruised face, the organization’s hotline number (116-111) in white text, and the message, “If somebody hurts you, phone us and we’ll help you.”
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