Step 1: I admit that I have become powerless over my wedding and that my life has become unmanageable.
Has planning your wedding ever created financial difficulty?
Has planning your wedding ever interfered with your job?
Do you continue to make wedding plans even if it makes you physically ill or uncomfortable?
Are your friends and family concerned about how much you make wedding plans?
Have you ever made wedding plans that you've then forgotten the next day?
Have you ever made wedding plans before noon?
Do you find yourself visiting people because you know they will make wedding plans with you?
Do you find yourself thinking about wedding plans, even at inappropriate times?
Do you find yourself overwhelmed by your need to make wedding plans?
Do you make wedding plans even when you would rather be doing other things?
Have you ever wished you could stop planning your wedding?
Dear God. Sorry I haven't blogged in a while, but... oh, dear God.
Dream diary: Mostly wedding anxiety dreams. In the latest one, Susie Bright said she could come, but was being extremely fussy and demanding (very uncharacteristic for her) about the dinner buffet.
Reading diary: All comfort reading, stuff I've read a million times before. Jane Austen, Dykes to Watch Out For, the Straight Dope books.
Anyway. This is just to say that I probably won't blog again until mid-November when all this is over. In the meantime, pray for me. I know, I'm an agnostic. Pray for me anyway. Send me the secular humanist version of healing white light. We need it.