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Forum Post: OT - Hi
Posted 04/22/2010 03:54:41 EDT
Thanks, girls. Katel, we did a support group at one of the hospitals and it was a huge help. I've also been seeing a whole gaggle of therapists. :)
Posted 04/22/2010 01:43:12 EDT
Congrats, Northern! Hopefully it will be somewhere good. :) And thank you for thinking of is. In the interest of full disclosure on my part, if anyone is curious, my husband and I had our daughter more »
Posted 04/22/2010 01:26:27 EDT
In Response to Re: OT - Hi: Hey green, It's good to hear from you. I saw you on thenest (or maybe it was thebump) the other day. Since it had been so long since you were here I wanted to send a hello more »
Posted 04/22/2010 12:43:33 EDT
Hey everyone, I'm not sure if anyone remembers me, but I was just poking around looking for some drama that was referenced on another site (I'm not certain it was here) and I couldn't believe how many more »
Forum Post: Misslily had her twins!
Posted 07/31/2009 11:26:11 EDT
Congratulations! more »
Forum Post: Where did you meet SO?
Posted 06/24/2009 05:02:22 EDT
Here. Literally. Boston.com used to have personals (well, I suppose they still do, but I obviously don't use them and haven't noticed them in a very long time). He was 36, I was 25. Sorry to hear a more »
Forum Post: New Weddings Discussions Page
Posted 05/29/2009 04:00:00 EDT
Dottie, I get this error 5 times every time I go to the page. I'm on Safari on a Mac.
Forum Post: What upppppppppppppppppppppp?
Posted 04/22/2009 12:33:41 EDT
Hi Ralphy! Happy anniversary! more »
Forum Post: Invitation Faux Pas
Posted 04/17/2009 01:30:39 EDT
We had calligraphy, but I needed to change an envelope after we got them back from the calligrapher (my aunt passed away). I printed the new envelope on my printer with a very pretty script font, and more »
Forum Post: Avatars - Polls
Posted 04/13/2009 01:46:47 EDT
Mine is a pic from our trip to France... at least I think that is what I changed it to... we'll see when I hit send on this! Greenclown - your bouquet is gorgeous! Kargiver - what do you mean your wed more »
Posted 04/13/2009 09:14:52 EDT
Mine is my wedding bouquet. more »
Forum Post: Recommend your photog!
Posted 04/09/2009 01:31:49 EDT
We used Michael J Charles. He's fantastic! www.michaeljcharles.com more »
Forum Post: Rave: You be the Wedding Planner
Posted 04/09/2009 12:41:17 EDT
[Quote]hostile today aren't we?[/Quote]I've lost my patience for vendors pretending to be brides. more »
Posted 04/09/2009 12:41:16 EDT
There's nothing more annoying than going to a site that has a video start every sing time you open a page. Especially when it's a woman saying "so if you're here..." If I would have used a crap site l more »
Forum Post: What deodorant (antiperspirant) are you using for
Posted 04/09/2009 11:33:51 EDT
I used the same stuff I use every day. Why on earth would anyone use something different? more »
Forum Post: Maggie Sottero?
Posted 04/09/2009 11:33:18 EDT
I got mine at Precious Memories because the price was a little lower than Gianna's. I wish I'd gotten it at Gianna's. That said, the seamstress at PM was great (and so was the owner, it was everyone e more »
Forum Post: OT- Candle Fragrance Poll
Posted 04/09/2009 10:49:31 EDT
My favorite soaps and candles ever were pineapple scented. I'm also a big fan of candles that smell like baked goods. more »
Forum Post: Donation Instead of Favor
Posted 04/09/2009 10:46:48 EDT
One issue I have with the trinkets is I'd wonder if the production of those trinkets would be taking away from the money that could be used for research, awareness, etc. Maybe that's not the case with more »
Forum Post: OT - Copley Place Mall Fake Jewelry Store
Posted 04/09/2009 10:43:30 EDT
Are you talking about Landau? I'm not sure if it's still there. The one in the Pru is definitely gone. I have to run over there today, so I'll try to remember to look to see if it's still there. more »
Forum Post: Shuttle from hotel to reception and back?
Posted 04/09/2009 10:43:09 EDT
We used Old Town Trolley Tours to get people to our RD and back. They did a great job and the price wasn't that bad. Actually, we looked at a few places and they ended up being the cheapest. I think o more »
Forum Post: Open bar question
Posted 04/09/2009 10:03:31 EDT
[Quote] No - you don't mean well - you're trying to stir up trouble by answering a question that hasn't been asked. (whether the hosts should pay for guest's drinks). And you have your "traditions" ba more »
Posted 04/09/2009 10:03:25 EDT
I think it's a great idea, it's probably just a question of whether your venue will do it. more »
Forum Post: makes you worry a bit less about money and colors
Posted 04/09/2009 09:58:40 EDT
I think if I were in this situation, I'd be contacting the police, not Prudie. more »
Forum Post: Poll - Ceremony music?
Posted 04/08/2009 09:32:16 EDT
BDC needs to re-think their wedding message board topics. How about a "Details" section? Where else am I going to post questions about ceremony music and flowers? Posted by LilSprout Wow, look at how more »
Forum Post: Dance Lessons
Posted 04/08/2009 02:53:42 EDT
can anyone recommend affordable dance lessons? Either group or private? Posted by octbride09 We had ours with Liz Nania at Out to Dance. She was wonderful. I think we paid about $350 for five one-ho more »
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