Post # 1
I have had a rough couple of Months. I am now postponing the wedding and as I move closer to the original date that my fiancé and I had planned i am feeling so many mixed emotions.
The reasons for postponing our wedding are quite complex that I would rather not go into them now,
i am now at the point of moving in with my fiancé and setting up home together in England anlimits going to be lovely because we long each other and I love the town that i have moved to. However, I am bursting inot tears and feeling so up and down anod I start to feel sad wonder whether we should have a go at getting married in October As planned.
I won’t bore you with more details now.
Post # 3
@aleachay: sorry about iPad substituting strange words. Anyone else have that problem too?
Post # 4
I havent’ been through your exact issue but I can imagine how feeling of regret would creep up as the date closes in on an event that was supposed to have been. I think the best bet would be to cherish the moments you are living in NOW and not worry about what could have been on 10/5. You obvioulsy had valid reasons for not getting married that day so hoenstly the date doesb’t really mean anything anymore. Soon enough you will have a new date to look forward to with your FI. Aside from this, I can’t offer much more advice without knowing why you postponed your wedding but as long as you are happy or moving toward happiness that is all that matters.
side note, typing on the ipad or iphone SUCKS! I always have a ton of typos when I use mine, so many that I don’t even care to correct them!
Post # 5
@aleachay: yes my ipad annoys me as well with its word substitutions. Yes it’s hard to comment much other than to add support. If you guys are still happy and together that’s something special in itself. Focas on that.
Post # 6
@MrsOrange: thank you for your kind words.
We had a chat to our priest and we now have a new date. I am so happy. We are keeping it to ourselves for the moment as its just under a year away.