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Anyway, I have my 1st shower on Saturday and we'll see if she shows up. If she does, I'll be nice.
Yay, your 1st shower! I'll be thinking of you as I'm on the plane to Mexico! wink.gif smile29.gif

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Aaaaawwww Mexico! I'm so jealous you're leaving Saturday! What time? My shower starts at 2:00

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Aaaaawwww Mexico! I'm so jealous you're leaving Saturday! What time? My shower starts at 2:00
Actually, our plane leaves DFW around 2:45 so I'll be at the airport when your shower starts.

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I just read through the whole thread and WOW! First, I am sorry about your friend... I wonder if she really would have liked to go but because money was such an issue she convinced herself she didn't want to go and let it all go to crap by waiting til the last minute on everything, ultlmately knowing you'd have to be the bad guy by telling her to step down. It is shocking that after 15 years she couldn't just talk to you about all of it and communicate! That's just another reason why she should be let go. It is actually a good thing you have less to worry about now.

 

To echo what several other gals have put on this thread... I had to let a best friend of 12 years go and it was really hard, but one to many times she wasn't there for me when I needed her after all I'd done for her, etc etc. What makes it complicated is I set her up with Brian's best friend/college roommate three years ago and they are still happily together. One thing Brian and I have worried about is at our wedding how all of that will go down. I don't mind her being there but haven't spoke to her in over a year. It will be odd because we always talked about being in each other's weddings and Brian still wants his friend/old roommate to be in it! I have a feeling they won't come and will come up with some excuse but it hurts me for Brian's sake... and for mine a little because I always imagined her a part of my life, but life goes on and the people we can depend on are the only ones who matter in the end. I think that's part of the reason DW are so attractive to me -- less drama, nobody there that I don't want there/only wants to be there for the wrong reasons. Part of me doesn't even want to invite ex-best friend. Would it be impolite to just send an invitation to her boyfriend and put plus guest? Or plus her name? (I am pre-planning way too much for a girl who is still waiting on the ring bling)

 

Sorry to hijack your vent Lisa!!hijacked.gif

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Actually, our plane leaves DFW around 2:45 so I'll be at the airport when your shower starts.
Woo Woo I'll be thinking about you girly! bunny_4.gifbunny_4.gifbunny_4.gif

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Lisa I some how missed this entire thread. Wow, is all I can really say, I feel your pain my BM's did not really do anything for me, my mom has done mostly everything. I am the first one getting married so my friends say they don't know what they are supposed to do.

 

I have to say I am really proud of you for confronting her!!! And I think in the end your wedding will run that much smoother because of it.

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Lisa I some how missed this entire thread. Wow, is all I can really say, I feel your pain my BM's did not really do anything for me, my mom has done mostly everything. I am the first one getting married so my friends say they don't know what they are supposed to do.

I have to say I am really proud of you for confronting her!!! And I think in the end your wedding will run that much smoother because of it.
Thank you!

You know she told me the same thing when I asked her to be my MOH....She's never been in a wedding and had no idea what to do, but would do her best. I guess her best was nothing! haha! I really just have to laugh now because it took this long to figure out in our friendship...I was the only real friend!

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let's hope my girls finally make their hotel reservations since the room block closes next week.

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let's hope my girls finally make their hotel reservations since the room block closes next week.
I'll cross my fingers for you girl!!!

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