No, I’m not getting married. Our daughter Rachelle gets married tomorrow. She’s the first of our 7 children to get married. (There are 4 older than her, one nearly 30, not yet married).
So I’m the mother-of-the-bride and I have pre-wedding day jitters. Not only is my daughter getting married, our younger daughter is the flower girl so I have the jitters about her doing the right thing. She’s very strong-minded and may want to skip down the aisle for all I know. No, I’m sure she’ll behave.
Also, everyone has had colds, even the bride. So we may all be coughing and sneezing and sniffling. No, I’m sure we won’t.
Then there’s the weather. It’s nearly spring and it’s been raining like crazy and is supposed to continue.
And of course there’s the whole issue of seeing my daughter’s dad and interacting with him and his family again. It will be fine.
It will be fine. All will go great!
Can any of you who have had daughters get married sympathize? Any wise words of advice? Thank you!