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Re: Re: Re: Re: Four O'Clocks, wedding..

And trust me when her hazel eyes go to coal black - she is P.O'd let me tell ya.
There's a picture of her & Robert taken the day of his son Mister Potato
Head's graduation and it's one of those couple pictures w/ their arms
around each other's waists and the first time I saw it I fell on the
floor laughing because her eyes said my arms are around your waist when
I wish they were around your throat choking your big butt because of the
lovely events of that day!! I've got a small version on my fridge and I
laugh every time I see it. This child does NOT have a poker face now.


Pam Evans
Kemp, TX
zone 8A
----- Original Message -----
From: Jesse Bell
Sent: 7/8/2004 6:37:46 AM
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Subject: Re: Re: [CHAT] Re: Four O'Clocks, wedding..

> OOOOOHHHHHHHH and get this...the drunk and wasted first ex was rounding
> all the "mothers" up for a photo with the bride....that would be (are
> you ready for this...) The first ex, the second ex, me, the groom's
> mother, and the groom's stepmother. One of the son-in-law's family
> members took a picture with his digital camera and was showing it at our
> house on Sunday....he said my eyes looked COAL BLACK. They kept trying
> to shove me over next to the second ex...and I can't stand the sight of
> her....and through clenched teeth I said, "NO THANK YOU...I stand here
> or I am not even in the picture". It was sick I tell ya.
> Kitty <kmrsy@comcast.net> wrote:
> Jesse,
> All weddings are stressful for everyone involved, but I think their biggest
> value is for the stories we can tell afterward, time and time again for
> years to come, rewarding us with laughter over the very things we thought
> were so $%&# at the time. Smile big now!
> Kitty
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "Jesse Bell" 
> To: 
> Sent: Thursday, July 08, 2004 1:04 PM
> Subject: Re: Re: [CHAT] Re: Four O'Clocks, wedding..
> > Ya know...I went back and read it after you wrote this...you're right.
> > It sounds funny. Almost like a Steve Martin movie of some sorts. I felt
> > like Goldie Hawn the whole day...I wanted to go hang out with "that
> > generation" but kept being pulled into the conservative mode because I
> > was helping with the food and the kitchen making sure things went
> > smoothly...and watching my grandangel cause the second ex kept trying to
> > take her (I don't THINK so woman). I relate to the younger generation
> > much more than the older ones who are stuffy. They all think I'm "cool"
> > LOL. One of they guys took his hand out of his pocket and an illegal
> > pipe of some sort fell out and my husband said, "YOU ARE SO BUSTED!" and
> > I just started laughing my butt off. I mean really....our new son in law
> > has a following of "groupies' because he was in a band for a long
> > time....hard rock band. So....the "crew cut" sat next to the "long
> > hair". Kind of funny.
> >
> >
> >
> > Donna wrote:
> > You made my day Jesse..... loved to hear that this type thing happens to
> > folks other than me... realize that is it not funny..... but sorry, I am
> > chuckling inside :)
> >
> >
> > Donna
> >
> >
> > >
> > > As for the wedding....you have to know that (A) I come from a very
> > > dysfunctional family, (B) my husband's two ex's are dysfunctional and
> > > way "out there", (c) my stepdaughter and her new husband are from "that
> > > generation" as my husband puts it...so half of the wedding guests were
> > > rather conservative...and "that generation" made up the other
> > > half...(facial piercing, tattoos all over, dressed rather oddly...and
> > > when you walked out back of the reception hall...the smell of pot was
> > > THICK let me tell ya). I had to make my sister go home because she had
> > > too much to drink (act surprised) and was hitting on my brother-in-law
> > > (who is very married). The mother of the bride (husband's first ex) had
> > > not eaten all day, took a Valium before the wedding and proceeded to get
> > > totally trashed at the reception (not a pretty sight) and the second ex,
> > > who really had no business being there but she invited herself, was
> > > hovering around trying to mingle and most of them wanted nothing to do
> > > with her.
> > >
> > > BUT...the ceremony itself was nice. (deep breath) So...that's one
> > child down and five more to go. I hope the others wait awhile.
> >
> >
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