The UmpBump team went on a sojourn to Tucson to celebrate the marriage of Coley and his lovely bride Suz. Well, we almost got everybody together, Nick couldn’t make it but thanks to the awesome reality-altering abilities of Photoshop, he joined in the celebration.

Congrats to Suz and Coley Ward!


7 Responses to “The all-UmpBump team”

  1. Good times – congrats. Was the jedi ghost effect on Nick intentional – or is he a jedi?

  2. Sarah Green says:

    Nick’s def a Jedi. Though Paul doesn’t actually have UFH. That’s photoshopped too.

  3. Sarah Green says:

    Oh, and yes, this also explains the sudden lack of posts.

  4. Congratulations, Mr and Mrs Ward. Glad to see you got these nuptials wrapped up before the playoffs began.

    Paul, You ought to give the Fu-Man some serious consideration, it looks good on you.

  5. Sarah Green says:

    The sad thing is, Melissa, is that Suz now has Coley trapped on a deserted island in Fiji instead of watching the playoffs! The Phillies could be eliminated by the time he gets back. Men really will do crazy things for love. As Zvee said at the wedding, “Ah, the power of a woman!”

  6. I suppose that if the Phillies are knocked out before he gets back he will be just as glad he didn’t have to watch it. I wish I had been in Fiji the last two Octobers, damn Cubs.

  7. Oh but they weren’t knocked out, Melissa! Not even close! Suz and I arrived in Los Angeles this afternoon to catch our connecting flight to Tucson, and discovered that the Phils-Dodgers series was set to begin in only a couple of hours! Not wanting to miss the early innings, we volunteered to take a later flight (scoring two roundtrip flight vouchers in the process) and hunkered down to watch the game in the LAX California Pizza Kitchen. Unfortunately, our flight boarded just as Brad Lidge looked poised to blow the game, so we missed the final three outs. But maybe that was a good thing? After all, watching Lidge pitch can’t be beneficial to one’s health.

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