Post # 31
Could you plan something like a mini pub crawl and invite his step brother and your dad and whoever, if they can’t go or are lame about it invite your girls and their mates so he can make some connections.
throw your own party in his honor. Bro down with him!
Post # 32
bubbycakes: My grandma and her friends came to my bridal shower and it was a blast. Age isnt the issue, it is the fact that most of these people have families and they do not socialize at all beyond work hours. The group of co workers is small and the only time they see each other outside of office is at events.
The secular/observant thing – ok, I get why this doesnt make total sense to some people. But I am not and never have been observant- I have no idea what very observant people do for fun. I assume it is meeting at a kosher resturant for a meal – beyond that I have No Clue. And Fiance doesnt really love kosher restaurants. So it is just hard to imagine what they can do. If anyone can let me know what other options are there, would love to learn. I am just totally clueless about that world.
Post # 33
UPDATE: So I am taking him away for the weekend. I put together his two favorite things and made a private tour of it in another town. It will be great, special breakfast becuase he loves breakfast meals most, then the tour, and then a gift which I havent figured out yet. Overall, I think he will love it as it is a day entirely devoted to his interests and his likes. Cant wait.
Post # 34
bridalruss87: I second planning a day or even weekend getaway for just the two of you. fill it with stuff he will enjoy!!!
Post # 35
bridalruss87: that is very sweet. I hope he enjoys it thoroughly!