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#21 BarefootBride

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    Posted 27 April 2008 - 09:54 PM

    Of all people who could relate and understand will be your FSIL! Ask her!

    #22 Bride010101

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      Posted 06 May 2008 - 11:05 PM

      So I mailed my FBIL his wedding attire last sunday... and UPS confirmed it arrived last thursday. Inside the box I had put my "will you be my BM" card for my FSIL and a letter explaining why I would be honored for her to be part of the bridal party.

      Well my FSIl is normally really on top of things, but has some family stuff going on, so we haven't been emailing/chatting as frequently latley. Still, I figured this was a pretty big deal and either way (whether she accpeted or declined) she would let me know relatively soon.

      Well needless to say when I hadn't heard anything by Saturday night I was starting to get concerned. (as it had been deliverd to her office thursday). My FI wanted to call his brother or his parents and see if they had heard anything. But I really didn't want to add the pressure and have other people know until she decided. So I waited, and waited, and waited.

      Well today I couldn't take it anymore. I saw 2 possibilities... either 1 it had gotten lost in the package and she didn't see it. Or 2, she was declining but didn't know how to tell me. So I had FI call his brother and make sure they had gotten the box and "see how the wedding attire fit."

      Long story short, yes they had gotten it. But FBIL had been to lazy to try on the clothes and everything was still in the box. Sean had FBIL take out the card to FSIL and leave it on the counter.

      And now I have another BM!!!

      She just called and said she would be honored to be my BM and apologized for not finding the card sooner. : ) hehe! Needles to say, I am very happy and excited to have her.

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