|Got married. Got home. Got a family.
||[Aug. 8th, 2004|11:01 am]
The nightmare is over.|
Once upon a time I had offered my heart to the love of my life.
She accepted the heart.
Then we got married.
Somehow, long after the "she accepted" part but slightly before the "got married" we had experienced all kinds of troubles that a couple that intends to marry experiences in such cases:
- Parents that wanted to be in control of everything
- Relatives that insisted that we have to invite other relatives
- Friends that wanted/not wanted to come
We tried to settle on minimalist wedding: less than 70 invitees, no dances, no fireworks and no designers.
Instead we had invested in top catering, in gorgeous jazz band and in fashionable Rabby.
And it had ended.
And now we are happy couple...
I would like to thank every person that had visited our modest wedding:)
|From: shlomif |
2004-08-30 03:47 am (UTC)
Hi Omer! Mazal Tov on Chen and yours marriage. It reminds me of a quote from Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre:
"At this period she married, removed with
her husband (a clergyman, an excellent man, almost worthy of such a wife) to a distant county, and consequently was lost to me."
Well, in your case I can say that both of you are almost worthy of each other. Congrats again!
|From: omerm |
2004-08-30 03:58 am (UTC)
Re: Mazal Tov!