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Untitled : 05/11/2005

Twitching Eye!

Yep, the news is true. I'm getting married. As reported earlier in the Blog, I asked Becky on Cinco de Mayo and thankfully she said 'Yes'. I love her a whole heck of a lot and we are going to have a great life together, but...

The day after proposing I develop a twitch above my left eye. It kind of comes and goes, and Becky thinks it's funny! She keeps saying "Whenever you start thinking about the wedding your eye starts twitching!" Yeah, that's real funny.

So now I'm totally conscious of this twitch that's developed and I don't know how to make it stop. I might have to start wearing sunglasses but I'll probably have to keep moving them up all the time because the twitch will make 'em slide down.

I just pray that the twitch actually does leave me at some point. I don't want to be up front saying my vows while my eye goes into monster spasms and uncontrollable twitching! It wouldn't be pretty and I'd probably wind up on America's Funniest Home Videos or something.

For those of you keeping score, you'll enjoy these statistics.

Kid's proposal: May 5
Date of wedding: August 6 (Yes, this year!)
Church booked: May 9
Reception hall booked: May 10
Days remaining till Kid and Becky's wedding: 82

As you can see, we don't mess around!

Rubber side down,
Kid

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beaded jewellery | January 12th, 2011

A bride may throw her bouquet to the assembled group of all unmarried women in attendance, with folklore suggesting the person who catches it will be the next to wed. A fairly recent equivalent has the groom throwing the bride’s garter to the assembled unmarried men; the man who catches it is supposedly the next to wed.

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