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Stay on target…

27 July, 2008 (08:00) | Preparation | No comments

It’s getting close to showtime and I have something I didn’t expect to have and don’t gave something I did. Free time. This is awesome. We’ve still got some things left to handle, but our days aren’t built completely around the wedding. We went out dancing last night and even socialized afterwards. I think that […]

Registry: Catch-22

23 July, 2008 (21:01) | Preparation | No comments

Through this mini-adventure know as planning our wedding, we’ve been known to buck a tradition or two (I think some of the etiquette guide writers must still be rolling in their metaphorical graves over our electronic invitations), but one tradition we’ve been trying to wade through is the handling of the registry. Every guide we’ve […]

Wedding Vows

29 June, 2008 (09:32) | Preparation | 2 comments

So, Tommy and I are debating on pre-written vows versus writing our own. Today, I’ve been surfing the internet looking for non-corny, pro-Tommy/Kathy type vows. Many vows got crossed off within a line or two. Just when I thought I’d never find something that perfectly encapsulated what I want to convey, I stumbled across a […]

Rolling along now…

4 June, 2008 (22:20) | Preparation | 1 comment

There hasn’t been much in the blogging aspect, but there has been much in the wedding side. My suit & her dress : Check. Parents meet Parent : Check. World did not implode. Honeymoon : Booked. Wedding, Reception, Rehearsal Locations : Booked Wedding Party : Confirmed, 4 on each side. Gift Registry : Check. We’re […]

Enough Weddings to Shake a Stick At

12 March, 2008 (10:27) | Blah Blah Blah, Preparation | 1 comment

We’re working on setting a date. But first we have to make sure we’re not conflicting with anyone else. Of the swing dancers also getting married, we’ve got: Marie and Victor Jeff and Esly Allison and Tommy Tam and Michael Heather and Jon That and the guest list is getting out of hand. I never […]