I have a question.
When is it okay to become a bridezilla? Is it ever?
via: The Durtty Bride
I feel like I have stayed incredibly up beat during the planning process. I've had two maids of honors step down, familial issues on both sides, a dress that disappeared then re-appeared only to not fit me at all, mailing issues, money issues and on top of all that I moved to Lincoln Nebraska and began a Doctoral program.
I have maintained a great attitude through it all. I really have, don't judge me.
But now, now I feel like perhaps I should be a bridezilla.
Why? Because our pastor has recently called us to let us know that he can't do our wedding.
Honestly, I feel bad for the guy. He's taken over as a head pastor, and as such has stepped into a messy problem. And the church is telling him he can't leave for a Saturday to do our wedding.
Have I mentioned that we are 12 days out? I didn't? We are.
So, my question comes in because I feel like a doormat. I don't know what else can go wrong. Well, I do, and it probably will go wrong. I suppose what I really don't know is how to handle it anymore.
A friend of mine was just in a wedding the past weekend and she recounted to me the horror that this bride was. Ignoring birthdays, not providing enough food, being a jerk for the most part.
But her dress showed up. She didn't have anyone step down. Her pastor was there.
I get that this is an incredibly irrational train of thought, but I would be lying to say it's not there and present in my head.
So, would it be okay for me to fly off the handle yet?
Just as a side note, another friend of ours, in response to this newest conundrum said: "Why can't you believe it? It is exactly the sort of thing that would happen to you guys."
Touché my dear friend, touché.