Sunday, August 05, 2007

The Brady Bunch - Juggler Edition

Last Sunday, my juggler friend Scott got married!
To those who haven't been following my whole story, let me recap.
Scott and I once went out on a date. The next day, he left me an email saying that it was nice meeting me, and he thought I would do well to meet his friend Yaakov.
About 4 months later, Yaakov and I stood under the Chuppah, and Scott juggled for us.

On Sunday, Yaakov was able to return the favor, juggling for Scott and his new wife.

Kinneret and I were not up for juggling, but we did do a little dancing.

Mazal Tov to Scott and Natasha and their kids!
Scott Natasha Brady Bunch

6 comments:

Fern said...

Wait, I'm confused. How do they already have kids? Is this a second marriage?

triLcat said...

Yes, second marriage for both. The boys are Natasha's and the girls are Scott's.

RaggedyMom said...

What a sweet photo.

One of RaggedyDad's closest friends sang under our chuppah, and since RaggedyDad can't quite carry a tune, he joked with the same friend that as a return favor, his gift would be NOT singing under the friend's chuppah which came a couple of years later.

And I love stories about when people set their dates up with other friends and it works out!

Scott Seltzer said...

Thanks for the kind words and for your family's contribution to the wedding (signing ketubah, l'sameaching chatan v'kalah, showing off your little angel to the kids, etc.).

-Scott

Sally Swift said...

First of all, Mazel Tov to the happy couple and their beautiful family.

I have a question, but I want to be clear that I'm not judging, I'm just asking because I'm a little confused: The children are frum but the bride and groom are not?

Maybe I don't understand, are there degrees of tznuit? Our side of the family here in America is observant but not frum, so I wear jeans. Our family living in Israel is frum, I learned what I know of tznuit from them and I wear high necks, elbow-covering sleeves and long skirts when I'm there.

Any time I can learn something more, I'm always very grateful.

triLcat said...

The quick answer is that everyone is Shomer Shabbos/Kashrut.