X is for…Xanax???

This post is part of the A to Z Challenge. Each post will be associated with a letter of the alphabet with the theme ‘Lessons from a Wedding’.

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hmmm...interesting premise...
hmmm…interesting premise…

It’s amazing what you find after a party.

The morning after the reception, after she was done washing all the dishes that needed to be washed, she proceeded to the area where all the tables were with a black trash bag in hand.

There was food waste everywhere.

She picked up paper plates, paper cups, tissues, spilled food. UGH. Didn’t people pick up after themselves???

Besides food-related waste, she also found a gold necklace under one of the chairs at one of the tables closest to the edge of the pond. Later, she found out that it belonged to her mother.

She also found many 5 cent coins with holes punched into them which she later found out belonged to the traditional dancers who used the 5 cent coins to make metal belts.

The weirdest thing she found though, was a pill with the word `xanax’ on it. And she found this by the side of the house, away from the guests’ eyes.

Strange. She tried to guess who it belonged to but there were just too many people there for her to even pinpoint someone.

Obviously someone else was distressed at the wedding that they had to take xanax to calm themselves down. Funny.

She chucked it into the black rubbish bag along with the other food waste and flies that couldn’t escape fast enough.

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6 thoughts on “X is for…Xanax???

  1. She wouldn’t be the first to do that at a wedding. Poor thing probably spent an hour on her hands and knees looking then decided to just get another drink and be done with it. I’m alright at weddings, but my husband carries them for me when I do grocery shopping – panic attack city. For some reason pre-processed frozen food terrifies me on a cellular level.

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  2. I wish I had found your blog sooner during the challenge. I have gone back and read them all. It has to be one of my preferred blogs to read (non genealogy blogs that is!).
    Very well written, with a lot said in not too many words, comical but serious at the same time, good cartoons coinciding to text.\
    Gee. I sound like a school teacher now. Don’t mean to.

    Very enjoyable. You have a new follower.

    Sharon

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    • Hi Sharon! Thanks for dropping by 🙂 Glad you’ve enjoyed the posts here. Nope, don’t think any part of your comment sounds school-teacher-ish at all!

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