My wedding dressmaker doesn’t have time to actually make the dress, so we’re currently scrambling to find an alternate plan. Something is starting to come together though. Thankfully Adam is around to keep me from getting all panicked about it – when I first found out, I was really kind of distraught, but he’s being calm about it and making sure that I’m okay and that I know we’re going to figure something else out. We’re good for each other. Things that stress me out he can handle and keep level headed about, and things that make him lose it are things that I can deal with, and we keep each other stable that way. It’s all good.

These are normal wedding complications anyhow, I’m told.


  • ashkitty

    April 18, 2005 at 11:13 pm

    Yeah, pretty much lots of stuff will go wrong no matter what you do. But at the end of it you’ll be married, and that’s the important part.

  • linguafranca

    April 19, 2005 at 12:36 am

    Well, yeah, the more complicated you make it, the more likely something’s going to go wrong.

  • spadoink

    April 19, 2005 at 2:17 am

    do you honestly feel that you’ve given enough serious consideration to the concept of dressing up like Elvis for your wedding, the two of you both? i might come if you did that.

    or if you’re all hung up on gender boundaries ‘n crap, how about dressing as Leather Tuscadero?

    • Jenny Lee Silver

      April 19, 2005 at 5:18 am

      we considered the naked wedding, then thought considering some of our guests maybe ‘clothing optional’ would be a better idea. But really, we don’t want to see some of those people naked.

      • luxography

        April 21, 2005 at 4:02 am

        I’ll do your wedding for half price if everyone comes naked. No, really.