Category Archives: marriage

Rally

Went to my first rally yesterday. I wanted to stay for the mass illegal wedding, too, but I’m sad to say that I had other plans, and my legs were getting tired, so I bailed early. (Since I know Jal … Continue reading

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Baby, Baby, Baby, No

Today was another early lunch day, so I messaged my 11:30AM lunch crew, except once again, it was delayed until 12PM and I was pretty hungry. I’m going to need to find a new early lunch group. :( But that … Continue reading

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People I am Grateful For – Z

If you’re reading this, then it means that I am now married! That means MrMan5.5 has been promoted to MrFodder. I think some of this post will be stolen and converted into my wedding speech. So some of you might … Continue reading

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Not Ironic

It’s like rain on your weddin’ day It’s a free ride when you’ve already paid It’s the good advice that you just didn’t take And who would’ve thought, it figures – Alanis Morissette, Ironic I’ve had Alanis Morissette’s heavily criticised … Continue reading

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Homemade Companion Cube Wishing Well

I posted about making a custom Companion Cube for our wishing well. Well, we finally got it done (except there are pink lines that I realised we forgot – oh well)! I spent a lot of time looking around for … Continue reading

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Wedding Photo Book Arrived

Unrelated to today’s topic, but yesterday, someone at work challenged me to a push-up challenge. It’s actually really nice, as I’ve lost a lot of motivation to work out after the last beep test. I had no goal other than … Continue reading

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The Last Sprint

I’m trying not to post about wedding stuff too often, as I know it’s pretty boring, even though it’s a large part of my life right now, but we are hitting the last sprint. I can see the finish line … Continue reading

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