It should come as no surprise to anyone who knows us that on the 10th of April this year, E and I will be officially Wed! This is proving to be a challenging thing to organise, and one of those challenges is compiling a guest-list. Guest lists are horrible things! Frought with taboo and instilled with ridiculous levels of social significance.
…which makes the things I’m about to say all the more rude. Um. Sorry.
Most of the people who read this are on the list, if comments are anything to go by, but a handful of people who probably expect to be on it aren’t. This does not mean that E or I don’t like you. It may, however, mean that we don’t get the feeling that you’re a friend to our relationship, or to both of us as a couple. Pardon my bluntness, I’d rather be blunt than lie to you about this, or leave any doubt.
I say this in the hope that, when the invitations go out, their presence or absence shouldn’t be shocking news to anyone.
Mostly though, I hope to see you there.
Considering that I am not opposed to the relationship but welcome its formalisation and long for the re-establishment of normal communications, I find it extremely painful to learn about your wedding on your Blog.
You knew from your other son, Thorne’s brother
I reckon your just being juvenile and trying to screw with his head
Yes, I did find out from Heath, but I found it painful to learn about it on the web because its explanation seemed to be directed at me.
It was not directed at you.