Southern Weddings: Come On Baby, Light My Fire

I posted this on Twitter and Facebook, but I thought I’d put it on my blog, too.  My latest column is up at Southern Weddings Magazine.  Hop on over and check out my thoughts and ideas as I answer the question, “How do you keep the spark after you’re married?”  Be sure to leave some comment love so I know if I’ve got some friendly faces over there!  And while you’re there, flip around the site and take a look at some of their wedding profiles.  Holy moly do they have some beautiful weddings over there.  My favorite so far was a wedding in Georgia whose theme was birds nests.  It was gorgeous and I loved where they got married.  Breathtakingly beautiful to me.

Also, now is a great time to point out that I usually use Twitter and Facebook to share these kinds of announcements with readers, so if you aren’t already a member of the group, then click on over and join!  I have been known to also do giveaways strictly through Twitter or Facebook before, so membership comes with its perks…

Hope you all have a fabulous Hump Day today!  Pictures coming tomorrow of Bean’s birthday party and I’ll just go ahead and save you the suspense – he enjoyed his cake.  The End.

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5 Thoughts to “Southern Weddings: Come On Baby, Light My Fire”

  1. Yay – I love your Southern Wedding posts, they’re such a different look at your marriage than usually comes through the blog. And I’d suck up by saying I already follow you on Twitter and Facebook, but I’m sure my aggravating presence has already made itself known.

    1. Katie

      Aggressive presence is noted. (And loved!)

  2. Wonderful column! I love your real advice…as someone who is getting ready to get married soon, I really appreciate it 🙂

  3. You wrote an excellent piece! And I loved your example of “sparks” and “flames”. Did you come up with that yourself? You should trademark it.

    And how the heck to you have time to write so much?! I want your time management skills.

    Cabin Fever in Vermont

  4. Heather M

    *laugh* Way to spoil the punchline!!! 😉

    Loved the article and just so you know – it has inspired me to ask my lovely husband – what kind of flame does he view himself as and equally what type of flame he sees me as. I am awaiting his response – which I know he will thoughtfully give.

    This is the man who crafts such beautiful poetry (I’m very proud of him). So my response could come in a poetic form 🙂

    Thank you for making me think in this manner.

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