July 20, 2006

The Most Important Wedding Planning of All

Via Deadspin, we learn of a piece in the Chicago Sports Review about how to plan your wedding date so that it doesn't conflict with anything, sports-wise. As my intended and I are both big sports fans, this is certainly something that could have been an issue.

We're getting married in mid-May next year. College and pro Football will be long over, as will the NFL draft. March Madness? Also over. Baseball will be in the first few weeks of the season, and the NBA and NHL will both be well into the playoffs by then, although I can't imagine the Wolves, Wild, Sixers, or Flyers will still be alive at that point.

My only concern? The once-every-three-years Twins-Phillies interleague series is scheduled for '07, and hopefully it won't be part of the pre-Memorial Day series of games. Because if it's our wedding weekend, I won't be able to march into Citizen's Bank Park in full Twins garb, which I've been looking forward to doing for quite a while now.

Posted by Stephen Silver at July 20, 2006 01:08 AM


Maybe you can wear a Twins hat instead of a yarmulke at the wedding!


Posted by: David Wasser at July 20, 2006 06:45 AM

better yet you could wear a twins yarmulke. if you wanted to be old-school. and by old-school I mean "12-year-old thinking he's cool at Jewish summer camp."

Posted by: LilB at July 21, 2006 02:05 AM
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