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RE: Goodbye Garden

Dunno about eloping...it's nice to share the event. But I always thought the
whole bridal fantasy thing was just bizarre. All that money? And the
bridezilla attitudes, seems like some people just take the ceremony thing
(as opposed to the actual commitment) way too seriously. When we got engaged
(we were both very early 20s) I actually bought one of those bridal
magazines. Then I laughed for about a week. Our wedding was pretty low-key
with maybe 25 close friends & family...but then, we're not party animals and
we're not in "society". We're not into status symbols much either.
And it helps to be part of a small family. If we'd had oodles of cousins
who'd be horribly offended being left out it might have been different. I
know plenty of folks in that situation. But all my relatives (that I know
of) can fit around one large dining room table. 
Anyway 23 years later it seems to have worked out pretty well. 


-----Original Message-----
From: owner-gardenchat@hort.net [mailto:owner-gardenchat@hort.net] On Behalf
Of Cornergar@aol.com
Sent: Friday, July 07, 2006 8:09 AM
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Subject: Re: [CHAT] Goodbye Garden

I am very intrigued that all you long-time married folks recommend eloping 
and not spending a pile of money on a wedding. A piece of land of your own 
certainly seems the better investment...'specially when it has space for a
I personally think that industry(wedding) is obscene but since I've been 
divorced for 30 years after being married 10 I didn't think my opinion would
much credibility! Kathy

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