If you hadn’t noticed yet,my blog has been neglected these past few months. Originally it was because I was writing about 2,500 words daily on Sarah Palin’s Alaska,and trust me that is not an easy task. Once Sarah and her pose exited my cranium,it was then taken over by my new full-time position. And now I am in a mad dash to my wedding day,so I have been just a bit preoccupied with stuff I never thought I could care about it – like linens,undergarments,table arrangements and what types of hand lotion will be in my bridal suite. For anyone out there thinking about celebrating their nuptials with a small event for forty people or forgoing the party all together and eloping,I cannot recommend it more. My fiancé and I have been together for nearly ten years and we have fought more over the course of planning our wedding than we have for the duration of our entire the relationship. While I am extremely excited to marry my loving and awesome fiancé,in front of my family and friends in my favorite dress,it has been one stressful situation after the other. When I am not perusing the 30k wedding blogs for inspirations on tablescapes and photo booths,I am worrying about said tablescapes and photo booths.
Many of my friends who have already gone through this process assure me that no one other than you really cares about anything else other than drinking booze and dancing with the couple on the special day,but it still doesn’t remove the stress of it all. And unfortunately my love of procrastinating hasn’t helped much. Oh sure,I think it would be a great idea to plan 20 – 25 centerpieces less than two weeks before the big day –OF COURSE that is the smartest plan! Recently,I cut out any media,like reality TV,that focuses on weddings as to remove the dreaded “did I make the right decision” question that pops into my head every half hour about the most mundane details of my special day. But,I am elated for the one exception to this rule is BRIDESMAIDS that will hit theaters this Friday!!!
The critically acclaimed film starring Kristen Wiig,who co-wrote the screenplay,and Maya Rudolph,directed by Paul Feig and produced by Judd Apatow seems to be more than just your average comedy based on the craziness that will ultimately surround your wedding day. With Feig and Wiig together,I cannot wait for what I can only assume will be one of my favorite films ever. This week we will look at the previews,reviews and what it means if this film scores big at the box office. In the meantime,let’s check out the latest trailer for “Bridesmaids.”
So what do you think? Will you all be joining me at 12AM on Friday to see the first screening of Bridesmaids and make it number one this weekend?