Phew! Time flies when...you do. I've been jetting around so much I hardly noticed
spring was here. Wasn't it just Valentine's Day?
Oh wait, that's every day (if you do it my way). Anyway, I'll be zipping around
the states signing my book for the rest of
But in the meantime, I wanted to let you know that -- because of back-to-back
trips to San Diego (work!) and Paris (pas de
work!) -- this column and the next will, like BG, be on the short side;
bear avec moi. And for all you gals/guys who are also on the go-go-go, check
this out: (1) With my brand-new audio
book -- hey, that's my voice! -- BG can get you off the hook on the fly,
and (2), if you start planning, like, as soon as you finish reading this column,
it's not too late to pull together a wedding for this season (unless
you're missing that one detail)! That's
Open Season on Weddings!
All you need is the brand-new book How
To "I Do:" Planning the Ultimate Wedding in Six Weekends Or Less.
Which is sometimes as long as it takes for me to find the time for one date,
so I'm impressed.
And available. I mean, for advice. Authors/planners Holly Lefevre and Christine
Cudanes will help you handle all "I Do" To Dos with dignified dispatch.
But -- in the words of an FOBG's vigorously air-quoting wedding consultant:
"In a wedding, there are no 'problems.' Only 'situations'"
-- you can always come to me, quick for "situations" not covered under
"Hire a Baker" or "Sample Rehearsal Itinerary." Like, say,
this one, and the one below.
Other weddingy resources for you, yours, and noone's yet at breakupgirl.net:
Breakup Girl's Wedding Tour '98!
Why marriage matters, BG-style
I Do! Or Do I?
Someone Blue: Wending your way through other
The Mall Wedding!
Oh, and by the way? If six weeks is too long for you humming lovebirds, quick,
pick up a copy of Beyond Vegas. (Relax, my
Paris trip is unrelated.)
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