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#31 MikkiStreak

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    Posted 09 April 2008 - 12:06 AM

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    My mom is pretty self-invloved. My older sister actually snapped at her this weekend during my bridal shower telling her the day wasn't about her.
    I agree that saying anything now is not going to work out too well. I would like to stand up and toast my sister at the wedding for bailing us out and thank my mother for once again causing me stress. That would go over well.
    "Family and Friends,
    Thank you for sharing our day with us. We are so happy to share this moment with the people we care most about...... (etc...)
    I'd like to take a moment to thank some of the people who have brought us to this day. I'd like to thank my wonderful sisters, who shared in the excitement of being a bride by going gown shopping with me, smiling politely thru bridezilla moments (haha), helping to plan the wedding, the shower, and contributing financially to make this day as special as possible.
    I'd like to thank my mom, for giving birth to me and my sisters. I'd also like to thank you for not forcing yourself into the wedding planning. Your complete abandonment while you focus on yourself and your new marriage, is just what I needed to further cement the bond between myself and my sisters, thus making this day so very special. You've taught me so much mom, and it reads like a "what not to do" manual for marriage and motherhood."


    (BTW--- I love your sense of humor. :) Revoking the wedding invitation is pretty amusing to picture)

    #32 StephanieMN

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      Posted 09 April 2008 - 12:21 AM

      Quote:
      Originally Posted by MikkiStreak
      "Family and Friends,
      Thank you for sharing our day with us. We are so happy to share this moment with the people we care most about...... (etc...)
      I'd like to take a moment to thank some of the people who have brought us to this day. I'd like to thank my wonderful sisters, who shared in the excitement of being a bride by going gown shopping with me, smiling politely thru bridezilla moments (haha), helping to plan the wedding, the shower, and contributing financially to make this day as special as possible.
      I'd like to thank my mom, for giving birth to me and my sisters. I'd also like to thank you for not forcing yourself into the wedding planning. Your complete abandonment while you focus on yourself and your new marriage, is just what I needed to further cement the bond between myself and my sisters, thus making this day so very special. You've taught me so much mom, and it reads like a "what not to do" manual for marriage and motherhood."



      (BTW--- I love your sense of humor. :) Revoking the wedding invitation is pretty amusing to picture)
      OMG-I should totally do that! That is an amazing toast. Maybe if I had enough drinks I could say it. Hopefully I can get her to write that book because all her hard work should pay off in the long run.

      Thanks for the laugh.

      #33 Yari

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        Posted 09 April 2008 - 12:32 AM

        Wow Stephanie, sorry I am late to this post.

        I am so happy to hear that your awesome sister is hooking you up. I am sadden by your mother's decisions lately. I know it must hurt you deeply.

        Love your Super Target...we only have Greatlands and I thought they were cool. Who knew?

        #34 StephanieMN

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          Posted 09 April 2008 - 12:39 AM

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          Wow Stephanie, sorry I am late to this post.

          I am so happy to hear that your awesome sister is hooking you up. I am sadden by your mother's decisions lately. I know it must hurt you deeply.

          Love your Super Target...we only have Greatlands and I thought they were cool. Who knew?
          I guess I am pretty lucky to have my sisters to protect me from my mothers choices.
          As far as the Target thing--it reminds me of when we were kids and found out our parents only had black and white tv and we felt bad for them. Sorry you can't go to Target and get a latte or cake. You are suffering :)

          #35 Yari

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            Posted 09 April 2008 - 12:41 AM

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            Sorry you can't go to Target and get a latte or cake. You are suffering :)
            So sad!! At least I can get a latte and my eyes checked. LOL!




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