When I was a little girl, I played “wedding” with my stuffed animals on a regular basis. I was never blessed with the opportunity to be a flower girl, so my impression of a wedding was based solely on what Continue reading →
Outside of a Catholic, Muslim, Jewish, or other Orthodox religious wedding ceremony (which are rather lengthy with all the traditions each religion requires for a proper marriage ceremony), your typical non-religious ceremony can be rather short in comparison.
The beloved Louisa May Alcott novel Little Women, the story of four young women coming of age during and immediately after the Civil War, has been adapted for the big screen many different times since the book was Continue reading →
When planning your own wedding, it’s hard not to be reminded that the marriages of others sometimes just don’t work out. Unless you’re really superstitious, there is no real reason to not invite your divorced friends and family Continue reading →
The wedding of Jim and Pam was one of the most anticipated moments in television history. Having spent six seasons as soulmates on separate paths, the world’s most perfect couple finally tied the knot at a chapel in Niagara Falls. Continue reading →
Given that I am a woman in my early thirties, I probably shouldn’t be this obsessed with the hit television show The Golden Girls. I can legitimately relate to each one of the women on the show. Continue reading →
30 Rock is probably my favorite shows of all time, followed closely by The Office and The Golden Girls. I seem to identify with Tina Fey’s character, Liz Lemon, and I’m alright with that. Liz is a very Continue reading →