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#871 kevsgirl

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    Posted 04 May 2009 - 07:27 AM

    I remember before our DW having a period of time where we were totally not doing it too... the stress of planning really took its toll. But once we got to Mexico, things were awesome! We'd had a civil ceremony in Ottawa first too (secret), so we were relaxed about the actual wedding, which made things even better.

    I think I'm in my sexual peak right now! I'm 31. I met DH when I was at the end of 29th year. He's the best I've ever had too! I know it's just a matter of time before my drive comes back. He's being really supportive, but I can tell it's wearing on him.

    Thanks, girls :)

    #872 BachataBride

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      Posted 04 May 2009 - 08:44 AM

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      Originally Posted by Royal_lady10
      This is what my FI was saying... however, mom isn't going for it.. atleast thats what she thinks.. who knows I may walk down by myself.. idk
      I considered that too! I'm assuming your parents are divorced & not very friendly with each other! Tell your mom how important it is for her to walk with you - I think it would be selfish of her not to put aside her differences with your father & do something that obviously means so much to you. Or you could always have her walk part of the way, then pass you off to your dad & he could finish walking you (or vice versa).

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      i confess that i felt bad about b*tching about our lack of "drive" lately, so tonight i made sure the deed got done! maybe it's because it had been awhile, but i can definitely say once we got going the spark was still there! totally hot!!!! LOL sorry if this was TMI ... sometimes i'm a little too comfortable sharing with you ladies!!!
      LMAO!!!! Maybe a bit more info than we needed...but I know what you're saying...we are all WAY to comfortable with each other!!! LOL

      #873 McToasty

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        Posted 04 May 2009 - 01:41 PM

        hahaha this is hilarious b/c i was just reading all the posts about the FI or DH saying "oh well" and whatnot, when the FI calls. i tell him that i was just talking to one of his best friends, and possibly the BM, and the friend asked me if we would get mad if him and his fiancee didn't come. i was kind of annoyed b/c they go on an AI trip every year, and spend around $1500 on each trip. they're thinking of going on one this year too. so i told my FI and he's like, "eh, what can you do." lol.. just cuz you can't DO anything doesn't mean it makes it any better. that's like when someone's crying and someone says, "what are you crying about? it doesn't help anything." well it's not SUPPOSED to help anything. at least not in the pragmatic way. it helps in the sense that it gets your emotions out and lets you feel better! geez.

        #874 McToasty

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          Posted 04 May 2009 - 01:51 PM

          Royal_lady10 keep us posted on what you end up doing re: walking down the aisle. i'm a lot closer to my mom too. they recently divorced and my relationship with my dad basically consists of 2-line emails (hi anything new? no? take care). lol. but he's also uber-sensitive so i don't want to hurt his feelings if he doesn't walk me down the aisle. i love the idea of your mom walking you down! if your dad hasn't called you in 2 months, do you think maybe you can suggest that you'd rather your mom walk you down the aisle? surely he'll understand that... if you don't call your daughter in 2 months, maybe you've lost the privilege of walking her down the aisle?

          #875 stefnicole

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            Posted 04 May 2009 - 02:38 PM

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            I hate eating out with a certain friend, her and FI always share plates.. thagt really embarasses me. Who the hell has to share a plate at red lobster!. the prices are low enough!..
            My FI and I share an entree all the time. We don't do it because of cost, but because we can't finish it by ourselves and don't want leftovers.

            #876 Royal_lady10

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              Posted 04 May 2009 - 11:48 PM

              Quote:
              Originally Posted by McToasty
              Royal_lady10 keep us posted on what you end up doing re: walking down the aisle. i'm a lot closer to my mom too. they recently divorced and my relationship with my dad basically consists of 2-line emails (hi anything new? no? take care). lol. but he's also uber-sensitive so i don't want to hurt his feelings if he doesn't walk me down the aisle. i love the idea of your mom walking you down! if your dad hasn't called you in 2 months, do you think maybe you can suggest that you'd rather your mom walk you down the aisle? surely he'll understand that... if you don't call your daughter in 2 months, maybe you've lost the privilege of walking her down the aisle?
              Will keep you all posted.. yeah we had graduated up to liek a 10 min. conversation before we lost contact.. lol. .so we will see. I will give in and try later on tongiht..idk.. And yeah he is ULTRA Uber sensitive also, im his only child.. so who know..

              Stefnicole.. idk, but they do it for finacial reasons. they say if its not under 10 then its def. a split meal for the two of them plus the baby.. so essentially they feed 3 people from one meal. maybe its just me.. I was totally embarassed at the Japanese steak house when they pulled this.

              #877 Duchess

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                Posted 05 May 2009 - 10:30 AM

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                Originally Posted by Royal_lady10

                Stefnicole.. idk, but they do it for finacial reasons. they say if its not under 10 then its def. a split meal for the two of them plus the baby.. so essentially they feed 3 people from one meal. maybe its just me.. I was totally embarassed at the Japanese steak house when they pulled this.
                I think that is embarrassing to. Maybe because I waited tables and it means that for an hour or more a 3-4 top is taken up with people who aren't going to spend enough for the server to make a living. Plus, how can 3 people eat one meal? That would mean people are probably still hungry, which begs the question, why go out for dinner? Even if I could be happy sharing a meal, my husband would still be hungry, and thats splitting 2 ways.

                #878 Duchess

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                  Posted 05 May 2009 - 10:44 AM

                  For some reason my daily update hasn't come from this thread so I was reading backward. I confess that I am glad to hear that doing the deed in the first year isn't that easy for everyone! DH is in school and has 2 nights of school per week and tons of homework. It doesnt leave much time and its the last thing we want to think about (well he wants to think about) at 11pm after working 10 hours and 4 hours of school. They say the first year is the hardest. I think thats true. Still happy, but didnt expect to miss him so much all the time!

                  #879 stefnicole

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                    Posted 05 May 2009 - 07:19 PM

                    Quote:
                    Originally Posted by Royal_lady10
                    Stefnicole.. idk, but they do it for finacial reasons. they say if its not under 10 then its def. a split meal for the two of them plus the baby.. so essentially they feed 3 people from one meal. maybe its just me.. I was totally embarassed at the Japanese steak house when they pulled this.
                    Yeah, that's weird. My FI has the stomach the size of a little bird, so we split sometimes rather than take food home only to throw it out later in the week when it doesn't get eaten. But, at a Japanese steakhouse, we would definitely get our own entrees.

                    And we always leave a good tip.

                    #880 DallasAshli

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                      Posted 05 May 2009 - 09:21 PM

                      My DH and I almost always split a plate and do it not to save money but to save calories (& waste!) We started this when we were trying to lose weight and love it. The American portions are way too big! And we wont eat the leftovers (they just sit in the fridge till we throw them out), so it saves waste and a to-go container :)




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