“The Good Reverend” Gunderson

Alas, the “Month of Seth” (which included 1 weekend trip to Southern Missouri and 3 to Fayetteville) is over... and it ended with a bang. The grand finale was Todd and Sarah’s wedding this past Saturday night. It was held at the Clinton House Museum in Fayetteville and, thanks to, it featured me, “The Good Reverend” Gunderson as its minister.

Even though it was a super hot day in the mountains, it was hands down the best wedding/reception I’ve ever been to. Everything there – the decor, the food, the style – it was Sarah and Todd to a T. I couldn’t have imagined it any different in my head and I was extremely humbled to be a part of it.

The wedding there was the first since Bill and Hilary Clinton were wed there over 30 years ago. It must’ve been some pretty big news, because it made the front page of the newspaper. The full article is a great read and will give you a feel for how the ceremony was and what went down. I’ve also created an info-graph comparing the two weddings, in case you were curious.

Congratulations to my great friends, Todd and Sarah. I know that this is a great start to many more awesome years to come.

+ original post date: August 13, 2007 01:48 PM
+ categories: All About Seth, F-Town, Family/Friends, Funny, Ha Ha


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"Todd and Sarah heard their vows for the first time when Gunderson, in shorts, a Hawaiian shirt and lei, standing on a rock at the backyard pool’s edge and holding a notebook with pictures of cats on the cover, read the vows before the wedding congregation."

That rocks! Congrats to you on your ordination and to the Gill's on their marriage!

+ author: John Nelson
+ posted: August 13, 2007 08:18 PM

That's so rad! I didn't know you were going to be presiding. The article made it sound like a fantastic time. I want a momento beer coozy! Yay Sarah + Todd!

+ author: little d
+ posted: August 14, 2007 08:40 AM

This is very, very cool. I've only met the two briefly (at the seth and aaron friendship party) but it seems fitting. Nice work on becoming ordained. If I had a blog I would write a post about this post.

+ author: danny
+ posted: August 16, 2007 09:32 AM

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