Funny story about the champaigne flutes. We didn't have any so Jordan went and bought a set of four. My sister made us two personalized ones that are really cute and she made sure that we got them that night so we could bring them to the hotel. Then, when we got to the hotel, there was a gift bag outside the door that was personally signed by the management staff congratulating us and in it was another set of two champaigne glasses. So we now have 8 champaigne glasses.
Making love was amazing.
The next morning we had to be up way way early so that Jordan could get ordained (on Christmas) and we ended up getting our breakfast as room service, which was sooooo fun. It was my first time, and I loved it. It was really fun to eat in bed together. Then we drove to the church and he got ordained. Let me just say this about it: it was very, very obvious that Jordan is very, very loved by everyone at that church. There were lots of tears.
Then we went back to Jordan's family's house for presents, and that was fun. I'll post a list once we unpack the car, but I could not believe how many presents his parents gave us. Especially since they paid for almost everything for the wedding. We hung out there for most of the afternoon and went to the Renaissance where we were staying for the next two days. We got room service again for dinner. Yum.
The next day we hung out in the hottub for awhile, then visited with his family again and packed up everything that we had (which took quite awhile) and I got my hair cut (I got 3 inches trimmed before the wedding and still had 8 inches to donate) and then headed back to the hotel again. We went to this restaurant called Red Moon which was kind of expensive, but we got two appetizers, drinks, entrees, and dessert. And it was really good. We also got a movie on demand, Flightplan, which was suspenseful (I'm trying to use other adjectives besides good and nice).
Oh, and 30.