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    You've been pushing the sleep thing.

    Pi to go!

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    Haha I didn't see that! I might leave a little early, I'm seriously wilting. Yeah, it's tough when I wake up and feel fine or great, but it never lasts. I really need to get some proper sleep this weekend. It's probably not going to happen tonight because of moving watching & stuff, but I can sleep in, at least.
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    So will there be a "cut the animal" instead of "cut the cake"? Or both?

    Do these help?

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    I've been looking there, but it doesn't help me figure out which is the right one. I guess it depends on the size of the rear axle & my tires. I'll bug Boyfriend's dad about it later, since he was the one who told me that's what I need anyway.

    I imagine that, provided I do not have intense reactions to gluten at that time, I will eat regular cake at my wedding. We'll see!
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    You're getting married? Well, best wishes, baby!

    I wore a black cocktail dress at both of my weddings. Maybe black is really bad luck.

    I wish you the very best; your husband-to-be is a very lucky man!

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    I got married once in white leather (true story)... anything goes!
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    Makes me think of this (and ages me quite a bit)...


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    whatever you do for the wedding make sure its exactly what YOU want - and no one else! First wedding - traditional cuz I just thought it was expected. It was boring............ even I was bored!

    Second wedding - I didn't want a wedding dress, but future step daughters insisted! (see they controlled even before we got married) .............. so I wore a cheap, off the clearance rack "this will do" ivory colored wedding dress. I hated it and felt ugly and frumpy in it. But, the rest of the event was exactly what we wanted. We had the wedding with only family and our closest friends, officiated by FIL (pastor) - then we had a reception to follow, where we had about 100 guest and we fed everyone curry and sandwiches! It was great! We left the church in our king cab truck, filled with balloons and the whole "just married" decor on the outside............ the 2 of us and our 3 kids! It was so much fun! Aside from the stupid dress I loved every minute of it!
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    Have a grand wedding. Remember it 80% yours, 10% his, 5% in laws, 1% everybody else, 2% yours, and 2% unexpected situations. The macros of course can change of course to meet your needs remember w=1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phigment View Post
    w=1
    hahaha

    You know, I haven't ruled out getting to leave in some ridiculously awesome car. A Rolls Royce would be cool just for the class factor. I have still never ridden in a limo. A horse-drawn carriage would be doable if this is at my grandma's house since there are plenty of farms in the area. But I only want to exit in style if we have somewhere special to go.

    You know what I hate about today? I just want to spend it with Boyfriend and I have errands that need doing. And they must be done today. Might as well get started while he's still asleep =\.
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