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August 29th, 2007

Back from Hiatus (and married)

I’ve been blogging rather lightly over the summer, in part because there has been so much else happening. In particular, earlier this month Ishani and I got married! The picture is immediately after the ceremony, when we’re looking happy and newlyweddish. It was a small ceremony in Minneapolis (where Ishani’s family lives) with just a few friends and family. It all went pretty well, and hopefully we’ll have a bunch more pictures to show you/bore you with soon.

Posted by Brian Weatherson in Uncategorized

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11 Responses to “Back from Hiatus (and married)”

  1. Juan says:

    Congratulations!

  2. Neil says:

    Congratulations Brian and Ishani.

  3. Kenny Easwaran says:

    Congratulations to both of you! I should have thought about that when I was e-mailing you last week.

  4. Alan says:

    What a terrific picture! Congratulations and the best that life has to offer for the both of you!

  5. Aidan McGlynn says:

    Congratulations to both of you!

  6. RossPCameron says:

    Hooray! Congratulations! Marriage rules.

  7. Jonathan Ichikawa says:

    Congratulations, Brian and Ishani! That’s a really wonderful picture.

    We’re all looking forward to seeing you soon at Rutgers.

  8. Anderson Luvell says:

    Congratulations! I wish you two all the best.

  9. Ralph Wedgwood says:

    Congratulations again! It’s a beautiful picture — I look forward to seeing more (and to seeing the two of you again too of course)!

  10. Rachael Briggs says:

    Congratulations! I love it when smart and wonderful people marry other smart and wonderful people.

  11. Christina Van Dyke says:

    Congratulations, guys—we missed you at the BSPC this year, but what a great reason not to be there!

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