Just read the story about that missing woman in Georgia....they found her. Turns out she got cold feet and fled the state. <br><br>But reading the story, it says:<br><br>"She's obviously very concerned about the stress that she's been through, the stress that's been placed on her family," he said. "She is very upset."<br>The wedding was going to be a huge bash. The couple had mailed 600 invitations, and the ceremony was to feature 14 bridesmaids and 14 groomsmen.<br><br>Why must people have the gigantic state weddings with 10,000 people?<br><br>
No kidding Bryan - they cost some big bucks too.<br><br>My first wedding was via Judge, her mother with shotgun and 20 bucks. <-- thats they way to go = Oh John ! ! ya reading this <br><br>My 2nd wedding was Catholic "her side" big fan fare slightly over 500 guest I only knew 20 people, who were the other 480 asssholes I'll never know - Took me 6 years to pay off that bill.<br><br>Never again<br><br>
My first wedding was the big one...I think these big ones are mostly for the young brides or pushy mothers. My second one last year was just my wife, myself, and the judge...perfect for me (and her)!<br><br>
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