My husband's niece is getting married in two weeks and the kids are ALL invited to, what they've begun to very dramatically refer to as, "the wedding".
They also get to witness their father (you know, my husband) officiate over "the wedding".
Garth (not his real name) recently became an ordained minister (because his niece and her future husband asked him to) and for $25, or something like that, so can you!!!
[ducks to avoid lightning bolt]
Aaaaanyway, the kids CANNOT wait to be able to say, "That's our dad, Reverend Garth (not his real name) up there!" even if it is for just one day.
In other words, "the wedding": is a very BIG deal.
I thought it would be nice to have each of us write a letter to Amy and Jim, expressing our gratitude for allowing ALL of us to celebrate their wedding...I mean, "the wedding"...together.
So, I searched the interwebs for some ideas and...holy hints from Heloise...I couldn't help but feel like an old fart (or a seasoned flatulent, for those with verbal sensitivities) especially, when reading newlywed advice like, "How to Show Your Husband You Love Him".
After 20+ years of marriage (which is almost as long as when we were single, YO!) I'm all like, we still married?!? GOOD!!!
Still, I wish some seasoned flatulent would come up with practical marriage advice.
[one beat, two beats]
So, you want to see MY list? Based on actual advice, for newlyweds, I found published on the interwebs: