Friday, May 2, 2008
I'm a bridesmaid in a wedding at the end of summer, and even though we have four months to go, the drama is already extreme.
The bride and maid of honor are not getting along lately. The bride's life is 24/7 wedding. The MoH lives several states away, in a less affluent region. The MoH just lost her job, so she thinks about jobs/mortgages/money 24/7. This is bad. Every time they chat, it's either:
Bride: "Guess what ridiculously expensive wedding thing I got?"
Maid of Honor: ::groan::
Maid of Honor: "Holy F*&%, I'm poor! I'm never going to find a job!"
I honestly think they both need to take a step back and remember their listening skills, but what do I know?
The latest? The bride called to talk about the rings she picked out, but couldn't get a word in edgewise because the MoH was going on and on about her economic situation. So the bride hung up and cried. Really, MoH, the world does not revolve around you. And, seriously, bride, why are you crying over not being able to talk about rings.
Is there any nice way to clue these two in before they call the whole thing off?