I don’t like looking at my wedding photos. There, I said it. It’s not that they aren’t beautiful, objectively they are. Rather, it’s that the story they tell is incomplete.
Nobody in my life is more important than my children. #1 and #2. Which means my ex-wife is #3 in my life no matter what.
No matter how DIY you want your wedding to be, Pinterest sets unrealistic expectations for us brides-to-be.
“I was the maid of honor and as I gave my toast I had a massive brain fart and called the groom by the bride’s ex’s name…”
You have several disaster online dating stories at the ready for entertainment purposes.
“When he woke up in the morning and found that she had washed the make-up off her face, he was frightened as he thought she was a thief.”
Going from planning a wedding with someone that you’ll be spending your life with to suddenly being single can seem very lonely. It makes people feel and do crazy things.
There’s something unsettling about the fact that the main modeling work I got between the ages of 20 and 22 was that of playing the role of bride or mom.
Forget everyone else. Only focus on the elements of your wedding that will make the two of you the happiest goons on the planet.
Sometimes it seems as though I’ll never get it figured out. Sometimes I just want to give up on the idea of love altogether. Honestly, that would probably save me a lot of time and heartache.