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that was early

wedding perparation is about to take over the rest of this week I think... we got up horribly early around Dark O'clock to visit New Covent Garden flower market to see how much flowers will cost there (considerably less than from a florist and they have a nice selection although no white peonies without spendiness alas). We can do it at a more reasonable hour when we collect on Friday ;-)


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28th Sep, 2004 16:03 (UTC)
am quite horrified that I am already getting up in the dark -- surely this doesn't happen until October? But it's so nasty and overcast ...
29th Sep, 2004 04:34 (UTC)
May everything go smoothly!

*is surprised you've held out this long against pre-wedding entropy*

Have a wonderful day, and a wonderful life.

29th Sep, 2004 09:10 (UTC)
have been swanlike swimming frantically underneath and plotting and wearing out Simon for *weeks*.
have hair
have sewn pre-made ribbon roses onto ribbons and starting making more roses
have corset
have half a skirt and a fallback
have simon's suit. and shirt. and shoes. and ear-ring. and cufflinks.
have caterer.
have ceremony.
have readers.
have bills!
have 110 liters of water anf 50 litres soft drinks (in the hall).
have pink! drink!
have wine and champagne on order
am about to order flowers
have balloons and ribbons and seals
have helium on order
have 10 vases with a handful of black pebbles in each
have balloon weights and fun memories of making them
have vows!
have a huge timetable of things to go do!
29th Sep, 2004 17:31 (UTC)

Have a hug!

I'll look forward to seeing piccies, one day.
30th Sep, 2004 19:59 (UTC)
Have a wonderful happily (almost) ever after!

The bonds of matrimony are like any other bonds - they mature slowly.
~Peter De Vries

A successful marriage requires falling in love many times,
always with the same person.
~Mignon McLaughlin,
The Second Neurotic's Notebook, 1966

In every marriage more than a week old, there are grounds for divorce.
The trick is to find, and continue to find, grounds for marriage.
~Robert Anderson,
Solitaire & Double Solitaire

The sum which two married people owe to one another defies calculation.
It is an infinite debt, which can only be discharged through eternity.
~Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Newlyweds become oldyweds,
and oldyweds are the reasons that families work.
~Author Unknown

[Source: QuoteGarden.com]

2nd Oct, 2004 21:05 (UTC)
Have a great day, you two!
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full steam ahead
Mary Branscombe
Simon & Mary

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