- 8 years ago
- Wedding: June 2010
Weddingbee should have a DRAMA board!! It’s been 7 weeks since the wedding and this just pops up in my email. WTH? Sorry it’s so long, but it may provide you some entertainment! This is from my husband’s aunt after I wrote to a friend “I’m cooking steaks tonight!” which she replied “You mean hotdogs right?”
JewishBride, I am very upset with you right now. Don’t EVER try to publically put me in my place again. If you do, you will find I can bite back! I don’t normally “snoop” around your site. I could care less what you had for dinner or that you got your hair cut; “like” this or that, etc!What is this “picking out names for jew spawn?” Are you pregnant already? Is that why you aren’t working, yet? I really don’t care one way or another. I actually would like to see JewishGroom with children, but I would think you would mention it to your FAMILY, before joking w/your “friends” publically. You have really changed since the wedding. Once you were sure the “wedding,” as it were, was taking place — you ceased interacting with us, his family! You were always were “too busy” with the wedding plans…doing what, may I ask? It was a backyard barbecue at your house with you in a semi-formal wedding dress and JewishGroom in a suit. Yes, I was disappointed that you gave up the park idea. We (my family) offered to help put on the reception for JewishGroom (and it would not have been brats and hamburgers, which was surprising since you “claim” your mother is a “chef!”) but you chose otherwise, which is YOUR business! All in all, I had a really nice time at your wedding, it was not a Jewish wedding, but it was a nice wedding. But I can’t see where all the “work” went! It seems you simply didn’t want to spend any time with us…one always ends up living with the consequences of their choices… While I’m (bitching,) please lose the wedding dress! It has been nearly 7 weeks since “the wedding”. It is unseemly for a married woman to prance around in a “virginal” wedding gown so long after the fact! Remember, YOU have been the stickler for “etiquette,” not I. I know you’re happy being married, and I really am happy for you, too, but don’t make the mistake of trying to be an extension OF JewishGroom — you are a person, too! Put one of your many beautiful photos on as your “Profile Picture,” we all know you are a wife, too! Another (bitch:) Why would you send me a card signed, “Mr. and Mrs. [Jewish Groom]????” I’m not a stranger or casual acquaintance; I’m his Aunt and godmother! It hurt my feelings, frankly! I wrote it off as a newlywed who was proud of her new title, but watch how you use it — you will be treated accordingly. Did you send his MOTHER one with the same signature?? I know I’m being hard on you, JewishBride, but it’s better that this all come out now, before it becomes really mean! I have tried to treat you as a real niece — not just my nephew’s wife. I thought that’s is what you wanted…I’m not really sure WHAT you want, anymore…you have stopped all communication since your bridal shower. It’s up to you now. You decide how to proceed, but remember, I am JewishGroom’s Aunt, and he my heir — I am, also, 40 years older than you. For at least those three reasons, I expect and demand respect from you! Clear enough?? I will end this, now, and await your decisions. I have given you a lot to be upset with me about, so think it through before you answer me — if you do. I still love you and will always –unless YOU choose otherwise. –Auntie My love to JewishGroom If you want to show this to JewishGroom — go ahead, it may help you. I have been snippy, but very honest with you — as I’ve always promised to be. -r.