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Wedding prep

Monday, March 10, 2014

I mentioned to a friend that my wedding dress is very very tight.
She said "were you wearing your spanx when you tried it on?"
Spanx? I'd never heard of them. Apparently this is magical underwear that I need to get.

emoticon I'll only bother if the dress is still super tight in July.

I took my ring back to the jewellers. It was a different sales lady. She put it on this metal rod and said that the size they had made it was wrong. It isn't that we ordered the wrong size but that the technician re-sizing the ring made it way too small. They made it to be a 4.5, while it should be a 5.5.

I sent it back to be made larger and asked her to make it a 5.75 this time. The size 6 doesn't fall off my finger so I thought just in case they make another mistake I'd be on the larger end of the scale. Last time it took a month to get my ring back so now I wait and see.

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    Spanx is a wonderful, magical product. Every woman should have at least one item of it in her wardrobe. REALLY. It sounds like you may be on the pre-wedding path that leads to a stress melt-down. There are so many twists and turns in the paths that it's so easy to get turned around and go down there. A suggestion that I have is to rent the movie "Heat" with Sandra Bullock. Watch it with your bridesmaids, do your fingernails and give yourselves pedicures. You will feel so much better and will get an understanding of what Spanx are and do. My wish for you is to enjoy this time in your life. It's special and wonderful and your chance to be Cinderella. That doesn't happen often, take hold and enjoy!
    1897 days ago
    Spanx is awesome!

    Congrats on your upcoming wedding!
    1897 days ago
    1898 days ago
  • LUANN7
    It always seems to take them a long time. Hope the spandex works it is nice.
    1898 days ago
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