With so much attention these days placed upon the wedding day itself as the be-all, end-all of a relationship (instead of, say, step one, which it actually is), I decided to take a look back at some former clients. My piece for Washingtonian, now the most downloaded in the magazine's history, can be found here.
Thank you, thank you very much. It’s a great honor to be here tonight. My fellow Americans, I stand here a proud but humbled public servant, ready to face the challenges and issues that weigh so heavily on this great land and ever mindful of the sage words of my hardworking father: “People drive like maniacs in parking lots.”
We had just returned from a dusk climb up Solsbury Hill, that grassy lump of Peter Gabriel fame outside the ancient city of Bath, the song whose bum-bum-bum-balm-bomb-bum-balm-be-dum-bum always seems to pop into one’s brain at the oddest moments, when I heard the news about the Berlin Wall falling.
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