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I'm getting married in the morning (ding dong)

The day is finally almost upon us. Tomorrow afternoon my fiance and I will say our vows in front of our immediate families and a small number of friends. All that's left to do is pack my overnight bag and have the shower to end all showers.


It's been a road fraught with anxiety but I love Mr. Vex with all my heart and even though I don't think weddings are a big deal, it means a lot to me to commit to him.  I never believed in soulmates, but I know that he's mine.

Here's hoping that it's worth missing the live airing of the new episode of The Walking Dead for (:

And ha. Beat Joy down the aisle.





Hooray! I'm happy for you and your mister. I hope it all goes the way you want it to and that you have many happy memories of the day. :my_biggrin: 

I was happy but very calm on our wedding day. I apparently got all my bitchy, bridezilla feelings out of my system the day before. 

Best wishes for you both! :my_heart:


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Congratulations! Enjoy your day. I hope it's full of happiness.

Gee, Walking Dead is starting to get good again, perhaps you can sneak off for an hour to watch it? Lol.

@WhatWouldJohnCrichtonDo? I don't know you but cannot imagine you being anything but calm, thoughtful,and reasonable.  


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8 hours ago, Grimalkin said:

Congratulations! Enjoy your day. I hope it's full of happiness.

Gee, Walking Dead is starting to get good again, perhaps you can sneak off for an hour to watch it? Lol.

@WhatWouldJohnCrichtonDo? I don't know you but cannot imagine you being anything but calm, thoughtful,and reasonable.  

Ha ha, unfortunately here. It's simulcast with the US so it airs live at 1pm and my wedding is at 3. Technically I'm not leaving until 2 but I'll be doing my makeup and getting dressed and alas there is no way of moving the tv into the dressing room or a mirror into the tv room. I'm totally recording it though! I don't understand the complaints about this season, I think the show has been great since it started following the comics more closely!

Thanks for all the well wishes, guys. I'm very calm about the wedding but definitely very happy too. Right now I'm just hanging out preparing for all hell to break loose later on. If FSM is good, my in-laws won't talk about politics again at the reception. Cross your fingers for me!


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