Wednesday, August 3, 2011

wedding!






more photos here and here!

27 comments:

Anonymous said...

Congratulations!!

All the best

I hava a chess question:

In your opinion what are the pros & cons of playing G/29 vs G/30?

For scholastic & adult players?

Thank you

Anonymous said...

I also agree with the former poster. Congrats on getting married and stuff. But really what I want to know is do you think it's more useful to play the 3 minute pool or the 5 minute pool on ICC? Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Congratulations, very nice pictures, looks like everyone had a very nice time.

I enjoy your chess blog.

Anonymous said...

yeah... marriage is kind of passe what I'd really like to know is your opinion on the relative merit of 1 minute vs fischer random played with 3 minutes on each side.

Elizabeth Vicary said...

5 min progressive!

Hungry for more wedding pics?

https://picasaweb.google.com/ninayoh/EJWedding?authkey=Gv1sRgCNCzl-28qYaGiQE#

Marc Widmaier said...

Congratulations Elizabeth, you look absolutely radiant!
All the best,
-Marc-

MikeO said...

I only know you from your blog, but congratulations, Elizabeth. (and wow, that is a lot of pictures!)

Mike

Tom Chivers said...

Yay! Congrats!

Phil said...

Congratulations Mrs. Spiegel!
You look gorgeous and your husband is very handsome. May your wedding fabric be strong and the pattern beautiful.

Anonymous said...

Congratulations!

ed g. said...

Excellent news. Mazel tov!

Anonymous said...

In your opinion what are the pros & cons of playing G/29 vs G/30?

For scholastic & adult players?

Thank you

Elizabeth Vicary said...

one's rated and one's not
chess is a silly game.
isn't my husband beautiful?

Anonymous said...

yeah... he's pretty good looking. another question: let's say you had a choice between two husbands

husband A scores a 7.5 out of 10 on looks and a 2.5 out of 10 on intelligence + personality

husband B scores 5 our of 10 on looks and a 5 out of 10 on intelligence+ personality

which one do you pick?

Anonymous said...

i'll add that you have the option of a divorce after a 3 year waiting period

Anonymous said...

Congratulations on your wedding. You both look great & you both look happy. Let's hope you stay thay way for a long long time. Best wishes for the future.
(Anon. because for some reason I can't log in as me.)

Bill Brock said...

Congratulations to both of you: the families look like they're having a good time!

Justus Williams gave you a very nice wedding present, didn't he?

Anonymous said...

Hooray! Congratulations.

Rick Massimo

Anonymous said...

Congratulations!

The pictures show a very happy wedding and a beautiful day!

Gurdonark said...

Wonderful! Best wishes! Such a cute couple. Hurray! I wish you both long life and joyful togetherness.

Starjock said...

Congratulations. May you both have a long and happy marriage with many children.

Mariah McGreen said...

So do we call u Mrs.Spegial?

Anonymous said...

I was in I.S 318 when you went to teach chess, if it wasn't for you I would have never cared for it, to me you were someone so unique in Brooklyn, I was only 12, I saw you like a glass doll so beautiful and intelligent. I looked up to you so much. When I knew chess time would be coming I would get excited, I remember when you sent us all home with our own sets. For a child who's family struggled financially that was such an amazing gift. I am happy to see your life is going good and that you found love :) Thank you Elizabeth!

ted search engine optimization said...

i am planning my own wedding now too, and its overwhelming.

Elizabeth Vicary said...

Hi Everyone,
I'm back from Vietnam / Myanmar (Burma for the old folks) where any URL containing the word 'blog' is censored! Sorry for the absences.

Thanks for all the well-wishes!
yes, Mariah, you should try your hardest to call me Mrs. Spiegel, but the old reliable "Miss" will do in a pinch.

Anon 12:09 am Thank you so much for writing that. It's the nicest thing I heard anyone (who actually had to sit through it) say about my teaching in a long time, and it made me so happy.

Ted search -- two suggestions: 1. there are nice places that do a lot of the world for you
and
2. skip all the stupid conventional stuff: favors, flowers, matching bridesmaids dresses, table displays, professional invites, etc.: no one cares and it's a huge time and money sink.

Louise Mensch said...

Mazel Tov Mrs. Spiegel, so many blessings. I watched the movie, and although I know nothing about chess, it was incredible to see your teaching changing lives in front of my eyes. I can't believe you gave up your time 7 days a week. What an inspiration you are, what a heroine. And more prosaically you look absolutely radiant in that gown! I wish you all the joy in the world.

Elizabeth Vicary said...

thanks!! :)