I remember being in preschool and my family entering me into these kiddie pageants. I half loved them and half hated them,
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Whew! I had no idea you guys would love the first instalment as much as you did! The comments, words,
Talk about a culture shock!!!!
Being married has been one of the most fulfilling and humbling experiences ever!
The closer I get to my wedding day, the more guilt I feel.
Guilt because I feel like I should putting more time,
My first wedding dress shopping experience was a complete culture shock!
White, off white,
Meet Nathalie, the bride to be
My favorite purple panties don’t fit me anymore.
My wardrobe is narrowed down to only a few items that actually get up past the thighs or don’t squeeze my arms like they’re taking my blood pressure;
It’s our anniversary! I can’t believe it, but today marks exactly six months to the day that we tied the knot.
Every year I end the year saying, “Wow, this was a good year!”…and with champagne of course!
But this year,
Every now again I get this annoying, nagging feeling as a blogger and a little bit of guilt seeps in.
Planning a wedding is an intensely emotional experience; and I really didn’t know how much so until I started planning my own.
Some half dead flowers will not get you a husband. Until those roses, peonies and hydrangeas come with a 6-foot tall, milk chocolate, romantic, caring, financially, emotionally and spiritually stable man who loves travelling, watching Netflix, could read well, fix my phone when it breaks, love me on my crazy days, eat pickled sausage with me, let me eat off his plate ( hey babe!) and watch reality TV with me, then I’ll believe the hype! Until then…nah fam!