Sunday, December 19, 2010

Envious? Me?

The last time I got envious was when a friend of mine got married. That was like maybe 2 years ago. I was 29 and I was still single.

I was involved with a myriad of men in my twenties. I was dumped and I was also very actively dumping.

I was 10 Kilos heavier and my emotional baggage contains the whole luggage line of LV. I had a lot.

My last post was on people getting married too fast. Was I envious?

Well... I 'am' envious of them having weddings. Not so much on the 'being married' part.

I have my own idea of how my solemnization outfit would be like, how my bersanding ceremony will be like and most importantly, what stuff I want my husband to be should put on those trays. (of course everything should be my favorite brands; e.g : Tod's, Jimmy Choo, Bobbi Brown cosmetics, T&Co jewelry... You know... the works).

Then I realized that what I want is really not so much about being married, it's the wedding.

I don't know how I am going to include my husband in bed sheets shopping, vacations and stuff. I don't have any idea at all on how to include my husband in anything.

I am not going to worry about that too much though. What are the odds of me getting someone now. So I am just going to chill and enjoy my freedom the best I can.

Envious? NONSENSE. When life gives you lemons, you make lemonade my friend, can't expect a blueberry pie innit?


  1. I know of some ppl who 'settle' just because the want the wedding.. forgetting that it is the marriage that is the ever after.

    You know what Sarcy, when you meet the right man, the wedding becomes immaterial. Nor does the size of the rock, the dress or the hantaran. (This is speaking through experience too! :p)

    In the meantime - Have fun, enjoy being you! Go on holidays, go do things you enjoy - - seize the day!

  2. I agree with Mirebella... hehe... the wedding becomes immaterial. what you want would be something profound and memorable. gone are the brands, the make-up artist, the french lace, etc. all that matters is that the beautiful day is shared with the person you love. ;-)

    anyways, why la u keep on thinking about this? i tell you, marriage is work in progress. it's an open-ended project as long as you want to stay together. so, until THE GUY comes, you just live it to the fullest!