Monday, 6 December 2010

what to say...

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...the wedding...hmm.

I wanted to write a post about how I felt the days after the wedding. Yet, the focus on those days was not of joy but of disappointment. (I still want to write about the sadness but not just yet.) Don't get me wrong I am in love with Bean so very very much. (Just not the wedding day, yet.)

So whilst I collect my thoughts I shall leave the floor open to the wonderful ladies (and the occasional dashing gentleman).

Enjoy lovelies.

17 comments:

  1. Ummm, well. You know how I feel about it! (if not, http://www.verhext.com/40-years)

    Process away, lady. It's a huge emotional commitment, not just to a person, but to an event - there's a lot to deal with!

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  2. I, my dear, am excited to read anything you have to say about the big day! please take some time to relax but know I am so excited to read your recaps!!

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  3. Yeah I had some disappointment as well, mostly how other people had reacted - ie not being quite as psyched as we wanted them to be - but hey ho. And I still feel guilty about my music choices for the dancing but eventually you have to enact the 'fuck it' policy and let it go and hold onto the joy of being married. The wedding is after all a means to an end and the end is grrrreat!!

    xx

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  4. oh Anna. Take all the time you need. We will be here. (P.s. so happy for you that you are a married lady! :) )

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  5. It'll get better. It really will.

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  6. Do whatever processing you need darling. Message me if you need someone to talk to.

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  7. Take all the time you need, my dear. And it's far more important that you love Bean than your W day. You have so so many special, amazing, wonderful days ahead of you, and that makes it all worthwhile, even when you have to battle with sadness and disappointment. xxx

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  8. I suspect that a day like your wedding day can never live up to the anticipation, expectation, hopes, etc., that gets assigned to it.

    Process away. We'll be here, cheering you on.

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  9. Just remember the wedding is one day.
    The marriage to Bean is forever. And thats the most important thing.
    You love him and he loves you. What more do you need? Nothing I say!

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  10. take your time...sit and collect...email friends for bouncing ideas...repeat.

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  11. it DOES get better. I was mortified after my wedding: badly behaved relatives, badly behaved wedding photographer, etc. Now I just think, a year and a half later, it's all just part of the story. wouldn't want to relive it, but I'll be telling people about it for the rest of my life.

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  12. As others have said, you'll start to live it more and more. Regardless, it was still your wedding day and a day of celebration. More please!

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  13. No way, you're kidding. Hope everything's ok and that it's just post-wedding blues. Really, truly seriously the marriage is the fun bit and you can keep practicing at the enjoyable party bit every anniversary and vows renewal for the rest of your life...

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  14. Ah yes, weddings. Having neglected my own blog for over a year I can only hope that you're better at the figuring stuff out part than I was!

    Congratulations on the getting married part and I hope you're now enjoying the being married part.

    x

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  15. I know how you feel Anna, and yes, I find my wedding hard to write about too. xxx

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  16. You'll find the words eventually and if you don't it is ok! Congratulations on being married.

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So, I really love all the sweet and/or informative comments that you lovelies leave. Yet if you feel the need to be unnecessarily rude or offensive I will delete your comment and not feel bad about it. So just be constructive alright! Hugs to all you wondrous others.

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