Gallery Spotlight: Sarah and Chris’ wedding at a private home in Genesee, CO
Okay people! Let’s all be honest here:
Are you a cynical person like me? When you meet really, really good looking people, do you automatically assume they have to be lacking in some other aspect of their lives and/or personalities in order to make up karma for being so ridiculously good-looking? You know like they’re mean, or shallow, or have a crappy job, or are really robots in disguise… or they own iPhones? And it gets worse when your see a couple where both of them are of that caliber.
You are that cynical, too? Yes?! Good to hear. But now there’s a problem my fellow cynics:
Before this wedding I could go through life making the usual the elitist, degrading assumptions that cheeky geeks like me are prone to think about really, really, ridiculously good-looking people, without feeling an ounce of guilt. But now I know Sarah and Chris exist. And now I know it’s not only possible for two people to be really hot together, and to have amazing jobs (they manage, maintain and pilot private jets… jeez!), but also… and here’s the hard part… they may be… the nicest, smartest, chillest, most genuinely friendly and caring people we’ve ever met. And that’s saying a lot, because we think all of our couples are the kind of cool people we’d love to be friends with.
But these two were sooo nice and friendly it made me want to be better to people, and that’s like a sign of the apocalypse. Seriously, there were times during their own wedding that they were almost… fussing over us, “Do you need a drink? Did you get something to eat? Make sure you get some cake! You two absolutely have to stay for drinks when the photos are done!” It confused us, to be frank. Were we their photographers, or wedding guests… or friends *sniffle*?
I know! Right?!? What the hell? They just had to go and blow my whole “hot people are intuitively flawed” theory right out of the water.
Now I have to go review every assumption I’ve ever made about every “hot” person I’ve ever met. Maybe they were really cool, too? And I just didn’t even give them a chance as I glared judgmentally at them over the tops of my chic plastic computer nerd glasses.