Our wedding colors are Tiffany Blue and the reception area is elegant and will be sparkly.
We invite you to dress as fancy as you wish, but we know some of our family and friends will look just lovely in their best pair of blue jeans.
" and I thought ok, first of all he sounded so gay I was not and secondly, what's it to you?
A few mornings later, we ran into each other in the kitchen and he had to get by me and he gently put his hand on my waist to say excuse me and that was pretty much it...
He is the man I can take to the dirt track, the dance club or the corporate sponsor dinner. and he also takes care of me well and his family values make for a strong foundation for our lives together.
except now I would like to think maybe Eddie was :)Our first introduction was at a Lake Norman bar and it was oh so brief and I don't recall any big vibes going back and forth either way.The more I stayed at their house, the more we talked - or rather Eddie was a smart aleck to me - and one night, after I'd lost my phone on an airplane and I called the obvious gay flight attendant who had retrieved it, Eddie said to me, "gosh, you were flirting with him!The year was 2011 and Eddie's roommate was dating a girl who worked for me.She invited me to stay at their house when I stayed in NC and I remember she kept saying, "the boys are excited about you coming," and if you knew either of these guys I can tell you they likely were not excited...
" When life got rocky, though, he was the best rock I could have ever hoped for.Everything just kept falling into place: he has a wonderful family, he stood by me and in front of me even, in some pretty sketchy circumstances, we found so many common interests like loving to cook, entertain, travel and explore.