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neave message #31
Re: Teenager trying to cross stitch!
November 26, 2015 at 6:32:36 AM
 
she's so used to life just her with you and your hubby and she is super adoreable and happy wedding anniversary by the way


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Stitchboard Admin message #32
Re: Teenager trying to cross stitch!
November 27, 2015 at 3:06:06 AM  (in response to neave message #1)
 
Neave,

Thanks!  Kiss  For the most part, she really is a happy kitty.  Except when she doesn't get her way...which isn't often.  Even then, she doesn't love it, but she pouts so cutely, it sort of defeats her purpose.  Because when she pouts, we go, "Oh, look...how cute!"  LOL, poor girl, can't even have a proper snit!  Laughing

Thank you...LOL, did I tell you when our anniversary was?  I don't remember...but then I'm lucky to remember my name!  Wink


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neave message #33
Re: Teenager trying to cross stitch!
November 27, 2015 at 10:07:59 AM  (in response to Stitchboard Admin message #2)
 
yeah you mentioned your wedding anniversary was during the long thanks giving weekend and happy thanks giving have a good one 


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Stitchboard Admin message #34
Re: Teenager trying to cross stitch!
November 28, 2015 at 12:57:31 AM  (in response to neave message #3)
 
Neave,

Thank you!  Kiss

And sigh, either I was sleep-typing or I said it wrong...sorry about that!  Embarassed

It's after another holiday.  Which I probably mentioned because I despise when it is!  And ever since, we've looked for different times to celebrate, but we haven't found a good solution.  The problem is our celebration ties together with another holiday and we want to celebrate them separately, not together, as our anniversary just gets lost.  Cry

However, your wonderful wishes are not in vain, as my best friend's anniversary is around Thanksgiving and often falls on Thanskgiving day, IIRC!  Kiss


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neave message #35
Re: Teenager trying to cross stitch!
November 28, 2015 at 9:54:12 AM  (in response to Stitchboard Admin message #4)
 
awww bless and i do seem to recall you mentioning christmas and the day after christmas being your wedding anniversary when were talking a couple of months backs opps i sent you the happy anniversary wishes a month earlier what a scatter brain i am and yeah i can see why you wouldn't want to celebrate christmas nad then your wedding anniversay the day after


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Stitchboard Admin message #36
Re: Teenager trying to cross stitch!
November 29, 2015 at 2:08:54 AM  (in response to neave message #5)
 
Neave,

No worries...LOL, sometimes I can't keep my own dates straight!  Wink

Yeah, it's kind of a drag to have it the day after Christmas.  We cook a big meal and then we have the leftovers for a few days, so our anniversary gets lost in all of that.  By the time we've finished the leftovers, we're cetainly not ready for another celebration!

Anyway, by the time we have an actual wedding ceremony/reception, which we didn't have when we got married (we got married by a judge), we'll pick a new day.  I don't remember if I mentioned my friend who is going to give us that wedding ceremony and reception at her house.  Even so, it will be a very small event...LOL, very small house!  And since she's usually very busy around the holidays, it won't be the same day for sure!  Smile


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neave message #37
Re: Teenager trying to cross stitch!
November 29, 2015 at 9:24:38 AM  (in response to Stitchboard Admin message #6)
 
why not valentine's day the most romantic day of the year?


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Stitchboard Admin message #38
Re: Teenager trying to cross stitch!
November 30, 2015 at 2:31:57 AM  (in response to neave message #7)
 
Neave,

You mind reader, you!  Kiss

We talked about it, but he doesn't want that particular day, I guess because he likes the romance of the day with nothing additional.  Which isn't all bad, right?  Kiss

Whenever we do the wedding at our friend's house, that's probably the date we'll choose.  Just a guess, because whenever I discuss dates with him he waves me off or says he just doesn't like any dates I suggest...mr picky!  Undecided

The good thing is that the day we go to my friend's house, it can't interfere with holidays, because she's usually busy during most of them!


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neave message #39
Re: Teenager trying to cross stitch!
December 1, 2015 at 1:05:59 PM  (in response to Stitchboard Admin message #8)
 
very picky man you have 


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Stitchboard Admin message #40
Re: Teenager trying to cross stitch!
December 2, 2015 at 2:54:22 AM  (in response to neave message #9)
 
Neave,

LOL, you think?  Laughing  He can be a real pain sometimes!  (But then, can't all men? Wink)


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~~~~~
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neave message #41
Re: Teenager trying to cross stitch!
December 4, 2015 at 7:04:10 AM  (in response to Stitchboard Admin message #10)
 
yep all men can be a pain in the ass and to be fair i'm like you i don't like our wedding annivesary either because it's not what i wanted i don't even class it as a wedding i don't like our's for one simple reason i had no say what so ever in it nicky did everything including getting cha to make my dess and he did it all without me knowing it's what he wanted a special licence to have a midnight candle lit service 


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Stitchboard Admin message #42
Re: Teenager trying to cross stitch!
December 5, 2015 at 2:11:15 AM  (in response to neave message #11)
 
Neave,

Glad to see you're back...I thought of trying to find you with a cyber search party!  Wink  Seriously, I missed you!  Kiss  Are you okay?

Aww, I'm sorry your wedding didn't have your special touch.  Cry  It sounds like Nicky was very thoughtful, but it wasn't quite to your taste.  Cry


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neave message #43
Re: Teenager trying to cross stitch!
December 5, 2015 at 4:08:37 PM  (in response to Stitchboard Admin message #12)
 
yeah i'm ok just trying to get organized for christmas and get the food shopping done and the presents bought and wrapped i hate this time of year because every christmas i am always cooking for 20 plus people i never get 5 minutes to myself on christmas eve and christmas day i'm cooking all day christmas eve and i'm cooking all day christmas day yeah nicky did put a lot of thought into our 'wedding' hopefully though i can persuade him to do it properly and actually involve me in the decisions and your very welcome to have our 'wedding' anniversary date lol


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Stitchboard Admin message #44
Re: Teenager trying to cross stitch!
December 6, 2015 at 4:01:38 AM  (in response to neave message #13)
 
Neave,

Glad to hear you're okay.  Kiss  And sorry you have to cook for over 20 people, ugh!  That's awful.  Frown

Why doesn't Nicky ever want to cater the Christmas meal instead of making you do all of that work?  I think you should have a chance to spend time with your guests and to wrap presents, too.  And if he doesn't want the event catered, then why can't he help you to cook and wrap presents?  I'm not trying to start an argument for you guys, but I can see how much work that would be, and it doesn't seem right for you to have to do everything.  Cry

I hope you can have another wedding that you can plan.  Kiss  And if so, would you then think about making your dress?  I've thought about that for my wedding at my friend's house.  I can't sew very well, but I'd really enjoy making something small.  LOL, not sure if I'd be up to a whole gown.  Though I'm also thinking of a doily dress, which would allow me to make the whole thing over months, and the biggest problem would be putting it all together.  Sigh, I'm undecided.  I love the doily dresses I've seen online, but those are professionally made and look amazing...would rather not have something that looks like a 5 year old put it together!  There's a fine line between the two, wouldn't you say?  Wink

What's your anniversary date?  Smile  Sorry if you told me that one and I don't remember, as I'm terrible with dates.  Embarassed  LOL, half the time on my birthday, I don't even remember it's my birthday until someone says something about it!  Embarassed


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~~~~~
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neave message #45
Re: Teenager trying to cross stitch!
December 7, 2015 at 5:32:47 AM  (in response to Stitchboard Admin message #14)
 
nicky does help with the presents wrapping and buying and with the cooking and no if we get a wedding done my way in a chateau in southern france no i will not be making my dress i can't sew well not clothing anyway i can sew  buttons on to clothing yeah but making clothes nah i'd be lost and i'd either get char to make my dress or i'd go to a bridal store and buy one and our wedding anniversary is 06/21/14 


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