I have been meaning and meaning to write the last few blogs in my vacation series but I just have had absolutely no time. Shat apsos because I have the most beautiful pictures and funniest stories from Jurmuke to share with you all too. But I have just started my advanced English club and an English Teachers book club, in addition to my reading club and my office hours. So I have been working pretty hard. Also word on the street in Spitak is that my birthday is tomorrow so people have been inviting me over for cake every day, I can’t even imagine how it will be next week! I seriously love my community so much, they are amazing! And of course I spent the most fantastic weekend in Yerevan with the most amazing friends in the world for my birthday, so I just haven’t been writing at all. But I do want to share this video that I took a week ago while visiting my host mom’s brother in Vanadzor. This is a video of an Armenian wedding procession. Basically what you are seeing is the groom’s side of the family is marching over to the brides house to meet her and bring her a wedding dress. Please pay no attention to my horrible Armenian in the video! But basically what you are hearing is my host mom explain the tradition to me. I ask her, so the bride doesn’t have her cloths right now, I couldn’t remember the word for dress, and my host mom says that no she doesn’t because the groom has to bring it to her… Next week I will be actually going to a harsinik (wedding) and not just stalking one, so I will be able to describe things to you in better detail.