The Good Kind of Sick
So I DJ’ed my first wedding last weekend. Although I was extremely prepared, I was also terrified. It’s a lot of pressure to realize that the success of the reception for the bride and groom and their guests lies solely in your ability to hook up every cable correctly, plug in every little cord, and make sure you’ve got equipment that won’t fail. If any one thing is done incorrectly, it could mean the difference between a great reception and a failed one. And I kid you not, the thought of failing loomed in the back of my mind from the moment I arrived at noon until the last hour of the reception at 10. But I think it was a good thing over all. Although I was sick to my stomach for most of the day, it kept me on my toes and I checked everything once, and then I checked it again….and again….and again. And I came out on top. It was a successful night not only for me but for my newly married friends, Tyler and Becca. I could not have asked for better friends or a better night and I look forward to my next wedding.