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The Happy Couple and A Little Sammy Humor

Hey ... did I tell you my daughter got married?

That's right, she married a guy named Steve Cohen. Great guy ... great family ... what? No he's not Jewish. I know ... maybe there's a Jew in the closet. Who knows?

This is the stuff great blogs are made of ... beautiful setting: Charleston, beautiful bride: sure I'm prejudice but she's my daughter, drama: the wedding planner vs. just about everyone except Nikki, big payout: I won't be retiring soon.

That's all I can tell you without having to kill you.

Seriously, it was a wonderful wedding and we couldn't be happier for Steven and Nicole.


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By the way ... Two important family members were not able to attend ... Nikki's grandfathers. So we are going to have a special get together at our house to show pictures and celebrate.

Speaking of Sammy ... He calls a lot lately ... actually about three times a day and each conversation starts like this:

"Joel ... this is your dad. Yeah ... I just wanted to see if this phone is working. You think it is?" 


Here are some of his other latest gems:


"I need some socks. I don't like nylon, I like black." 

"I got a lot of paperwork in that drawer but there are no pants."

"Some biscuits are wonderful ... like Red Lobster."

"You know ... people walk back and forth here. I don't know what they do."

"Joel ... what do you do? Do you have a commercial life?"

Comments

Jenn said…
HILARIOUS!!! Love you!
Chrissy said…
Congratulations! What a beautiful couple. Nicole's dress is divine! Love that Sammy is still kickin'. God bless him!
Joel Momberg said…
Love you too Jenn. Great seeing you guys in LA.

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