Blogathon 2006 (23 of 48): Way to disappoint everyone

Published July 30, 2006

When we got back from holiday recently, everyone at work scanned my hands to see if there was an extra ring on a particularly special finger.

There wasn’t.

I really like the fact that they’re all interested though. If I was a different person and talked about my wedding non-stop, they probably wouldn’t care less.

Because I’m keeping my wedding quiet, they seem to be a lot more interested. One woman even went so far as to make me show my hands to her.

Someone else wants to be the person who comes to buy a dress with me. She was dead keen on it and started saying we should organise dates and such.

I’m quite happy and actually quite grateful for the offer, because I know nothing about weddings or dresses and am quite rubbish at shopping, so it’d be good to have the help.

I’m worried it’s going to disappoint her though, because it’s not for a while. By the time we actually get round to shopping for the dress, she probably won’t be bothered anymore.

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