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Progress (some slow)

Hee hee hee! Got the first 10 invites through from Rachel, and I've started writing them.

Not got as far as posting them yet, but it's a start! Spoken to Nan about my aunts and uncles, and suggested that all my millions of cousins who I don't know didn't come (sorry, I know they're family, but I'd rather invite people I know than people I don't, family or not). Anne (one of my aunts) will have to bring her kiddies, all three of them. They're only young, and her ex hubby is a bit of a bastard (a lot actually!!!!!) and is not fit to look after the children (or even see them in my oppinion, nasty, violent, abusive.... you get the idea) so I guess that will have to be the only exception. Otherwise there'll be no room for Yorkie's family or our friends!

Mind you, I still have not got round to sending out the Hen Night invites, which is a bit aft. I'll have to pront them off tomorrow or else! Problems.Will.Occur with the booking...

However, I have now paid for my wedding jewellery! It's been posted and should be here any day now! Knowing my luck it will arrive while I am out at work and I'll have to go and collect it from the sorting office, but you can't have everything easy in life can you!

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