And one bride has a massive wedding party of 17 bridesmaids and 16 groomsmen. I’m sorry, I don’t even think I could pick 17 people that I could like enough to include in my wedding.
What does everyone think about larger wedding parties?
Yep, I’m still alive. I’m working a crazy amount of hours, and B is working 2 jobs, oftentimes from 5am-1pm and then 5pm-1am, while I’m working 5-11 most nightsz. So needless to say, my tumblr is suffering. I’m asking at this time for all you engaged girls (and boys) to submit, if you feel comfortable, the story of your relationship, engagement, wedding, etc.
Big and Rich- Lost in the Moment
Ultimate Wedding Song. I love all the old wedding footage they show.
Ps I haven’t died, I swear.
Before I go back to my take-home exam, and getting ready for my vacation!
Airport marraige proposals;
A girlfriend of mine, who I’m in class with during the week, sent me this. We’re both stressing over exams, and this totally cheered me up.
Check it out.
That's great about the job in Nunavut! Is it for something in his field or something just kind of completely random? I think Nunavut would be such a neat place to go to. And don't worry, if you're here and he's there, the time will fly by.
Asketh - weareunbreakable
It’s a cooking job, so it’ll look great on his resume. I’m really excited for him, it’s just REALLY faraway. But I know it’ll make everything easier later on.
do you think b will take the job in nunivut? that look like a great opportunity for whatever it is that he is going for
Asketh - Anonymous
Yep, he’s already decided he is, he just needs the official offer and all the information.
But B got offered a job in Nunavut for the summer, making $30 an hour. If he goes, he’ll be gone from the beginning of May until the end of August. It’s an amazing opportunity for him, but unfortunately, I’ll be stuck here. Flights cost around $1700. I’m slightly traumatized.
For my non-Canadian friends who are unsure of where I’m talking about, Google Map the directions from Cambridge, Ontario, to Iqaluit, Nunavut.
I love anon emails.