Post # 1
I’m finding myself crying ALL THE TIME!!! I cry when I watch movies of people getting married. I cry when I look at wedding dresses. I tear up (and sometimes cry when I’m at home) everytime I get on this website and read about another bride conquering something or gaining a victory. While these are ALL tears of joy, what is WRONG here??? I curled my hair, put on my mock veil and headband (because it’s not the one I REALLY want so I may end up making one) and took some pics. When I saw the pics I took, I cried. I’m becoming such a CRY BABY!!!
Does anyone else have this problem…or is it just me?
Post # 3
Yeah, I’ve always been the sensitive type to cry at the drop of a hat. I’ve come to accept it. You may want to edit your thread title. The term “waterhead” is meant to be offensive slang, not a term for a crybaby.
Post # 4
Thanks! Hmmm….I never knew that….I grew up with my brothers calling me that…it never offended me. I developed tough skin for name calling growing up.
Thanks a lot for the heads up! 🙂
Post # 5
LoL.. I’m the same way. I’ve always been a crier, but it really seems like the older I get the easier the tears come. Especially with this wedding stuff.
Post # 6
Oh, man! I have been the same way! I’ve always been a crier, but now it’s rediculous!! Anything with weddings – cry. Anything sentimental – cry. Sappy TV/movies/songs/commericals – cry. FI’s parents suprprised us at our engagement party and I was a mess – I’m really nervous about crying through the whole wedding – I’m going to need some really good waterproof mascara!!!
Post # 7
Haha yes. I am too. I have told myself I would restrain from it at the wedding to spare my makeup, but I am a crier. I cried all the way home yesterday after purchasing my gown. 😛
Post # 8
I’m not the sensitive type but everything I hear my wedding song or look at the vows we will be saying I cry like a flipping baby super embarrasing
Post # 9
This is a once in a lifetime event you are about to go through … cry it out girl! They are tears of joy! 🙂