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Thursday, August 26, 2004

Just might make it

Finally. My dress fitting last night went exceptionally well. I actually looked like a bride last night. With a huge sigh of relief as I left, my head was high and I didn't care about the pounds I carry with me and will not be gone by the time the wedding comes. I'm getting married. And isn't that the only thing that's supposed to matter anyways? I will not think and wish that I could have the body I had 3 years ago just to feel slender in my gown for one night. Then I could resort back to my body now. No, I will not think such things...

I look at our upcoming wedding with such a newness. I do believe I'll sit back and try to enjoy this last month and a half. There are just some things that will always be out of your control and piddly things be damned, it won't break my spirit. I won't let it.

110 people have RSVP'd that they'll be attending....230 more to go. I dare say I hope this wedding will be magnificant. No matter what ;)


  • At 6:55 PM, Blogger Denise said…

    I was 260 pounds, only two pounds less than my highest weight ever, on my wedding day and I can honestly say that it didn't make a bit of difference. I was calm, serene, and I really did feel like a princess or the heroine in a very romantic novel. Little girls dream of the wedding that I had and, when I look at the pictures, even now - six years post divorce - all that I see are our happy, smiling faces. The fat body (and face) just don't even register. Enjoy every blessed moment of it because there just aren't enough times in our lives when we get to feel as special as on our wedding day!

  • At 9:57 PM, Blogger Tuna Girl said…

    I'm so excited for you! You have the absolute right atitude. I gained about thirty pounds in the four or five months before my wedding. Ugh. But on that day, I could care a less. It's the love that makes you beautiful.

  • At 5:30 PM, Blogger Shannin said…

    I was also at my heaviest on my wedding day. Despite that, I have some wonderful pictures that show just how happy I was. You are going to feel like you are floating on air that day anyway.


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