Posted on March 9, 2009. Filed under: the goods |

First, thank goodness for those of you who are already married and still read Weddingbee.  Bless you, love you, can’t wait to be just like you. I need your help.

For those of you who wrote your own vows, how long did it take you?  Did you wait until just before your wedding day to write them or did you tweak your drafts over time?

I think that mine are written.  *GASP*  I know, me, Ms. Procrastinator has something done ahead of time, and (get this) with very little drama.  I’m finding it difficult to believe too.

But I was perusing my blog and I found this post written last August.  And, well, I think I’m done!  Now, on to invitations, place cards, table numbers, programs, seating charts, music, and the ceremony.  And groom/ groomsmen attire.  And updating our wedding website…. Sigh.


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[…] I surprised him with mine (wherein I pledged not to yell, which proves that vows can include things you can only aspire […]

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    I’ve been there, done that, got the t-shirt (and divorce papers) to prove it. Here I am again, pledging my life to my (new) love with eyes wide open (and heart racing) knowing full well how emotionally traumatic this can end… and doing it anyway.


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