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Thursday, February 05, 2004

The Fairy Tale Ending....I hope??

Wednesday is the day of the week where I'm home alone. Aaron has school and I get to do whatever I want. I got my workout in, then I went home and simply relaxed. Nothing more, nothing less. I sat all snuggly on the couch, no bon-bons or anything, just me and my fuzzy blanket. I got my fill of stuff Aaron can only watch in small increments like, Trading Spaces, Clean Sweep, and For Better or For Worse. It was great. I don't know if I should be ashamed to admit, but these type of reality shows really inspire me. No, my house really isn't in need of 50 people taking it over and cleaning or redecorating. I do that enough thank you. But For Better or For Worse really gave me some great ideas. It also scared me.

On this particular show the "team" of people planning the brides big day let's just say, "disagreed" a bit. Picking out the bride's dress, one of the bridesmaids liked and the other one hated it. THEN, they almost picked out the same color/style for the bridesmaid dresses. That's where the yelling began. The same bridesmaid who didn't like the bride's dress thought that the bridesmaid dresses shouldn't be the same color (white) as the bride's dress. (...I agree...but to each his own) A bit of an argument followed, then of course, by the end of the show, they were all happy, peachy-keen again. It was scary because I don't know what I would do if I had to hand over the reigns and let someone else plan my wedding. Luckily that's not going to happen. Secondly, what if my "team" doesn't like each other and disagree? Oh man, they've never even met each other!! I've picked my best friend as Maid of Honor, Aaron's sister as a bridesmaid, and my little sister for a bridesmaid. So I think I'm gonna call to order a meeting of the bridesmaids and set them girls down and make them like one another right off the bat just so there's no confusion. That's a good solution right? ::sigh:: Again, who lets me be in charge to plan these things? I've got a great big headache now. Calgon, take me away.

This planning a wedding stuff is hard. I just hope that that totally cool runner they had on the show last night imprinted with these words will be true:

And They Lived Happily Ever After....

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