It was nice. I enjoyed myself. Chatted a bit with my coworkers. (Coworker got married.) But I felt weird...like I shouldn't be there. Dunno what that was all about...ex-shat and I didn't have a wedding (just went to the courthouse), so no triggers. Maybe just the whole marriage, till death do us part thing. Maybe it was that everyone was paired up and I was the obvious single.
I'm still glad I went but at the same time, feeling down about the whole thing."Thou art the son and heir of a mongrel bitch." --King Lear
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stillstrong Member Member # 36144
Posted: 11:42 PM, August 10th (Saturday)
I haven't been to a wedding, but I see lots of weddings and it always makes me feel sad for their future. Maybe you just feel like the whole thing is kind of a farce/pointless/doomed?
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click4it Member Member # 209
Posted: 11:47 PM, August 10th (Saturday)
Tesla, I feel that same type of feeling when I go to weddings. I feel happy for the couple and have a nice time, but just feel "blah" after. Its understandable. (((hugs)))
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Posted: 7:04 AM, August 11th (Sunday)
I've been to 4 weddings this past year.
The first was tough - by the fourth I was partying like a boss and dancing like it was 1999.
It gets easier.
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