This past weekend, I attended the wedding of a family friend and wore this gorgeous vintage dress. My parents have a group of three other couples whom they've been friends with since my dad's college days, and I've known all of them and their families my entire life. One of their sons got married, and it was a really wonderful wedding. To be honest, though, I kind of had forgotten about the wedding until last week, so I wasn't really sure what I was going to wear. Luckily, I had gotten this dress from one of my favorite vintage stores in LA, Slow. Unluckily for me, I had originally bought it to wear to Dapper Day at Disneyland, but couldn't go when I got sick that week. I was pretty bummed that I had spent money on this dress, but didn't get to wear it to Dapper Day, so I was happy when I realized I could put to good use at the wedding. Of course, it would have been better if it hadn't been the one night it was cold and windy, and I had only brought a light sweater. But what can you do, right?
Things have been pretty uneventful the past couple of days, but I'm really excited about my plans tonight. I've mentioned my love for Dan Harmon (creator of "Community" and "Rick and Morty") and his podcast, Harmontown, and I also told you about going to a taping of Harmontown last month. Well, if you're familiar with Harmon at all, then you know that he got fired from "Community" for one season (unjustly). During his year away from the show, he took Harmontown on the road and filmed a documentary (also called Harmontown), which is just about to come out. Well, tonight I have tickets to a screening of the doc, which will be moderated by Harmon, Kumail Nanjiani (one of my favorite comedians and host of The X-Files Files podcast), and comedy legend Dana Carvey. Plus, the ticket says there will most likely be other special guest. Cue the freak out. I apologize for anyone who follows me on social media because my excitement level will likely be through the roof.
I swear I'm trying to get another pop culture post up (maybe tomorrow?), but for now, let me just say that I binge watched Amazon's new original show, "Transparent," It's one of the best shows I've seen in a really long time, and I can't get over the incredible cast. I need more people to watch it ASAP so I can talk about it to someone other than myself.