Tuesday, June 5, 2007

Wedding Website Junkie

Yes, that is I. I have an addiction. I've been an addict for several years now and just can't kick this habit of mines. I would stay up late at night and surf for wedding websites. Crazy, huh? It's really serious. I have gotten to the point where I feel like I have to hide or sneak it. Keep in mind my children and I are living back with my parents, and mom's pc is in one of the t.v. rooms where everyone lounges. They can also see whatever you are doing on the pc. Well every time I'm on the net, my peoples are forever asking me, "who are they?, do you know them, what's that?" It used to not bother me, but every now and then I could get a little annoyed from it. Now it seems like every time I get on the pc one of my family members would be like, "I know what Angie is doing, or are you looking at more African weddings?" Yes, yes, I am, now let me be people. Or my mom would linger around the room to see what I'm reading/looking at and then add her 2 cents. I like reading other people stories and I like seeing them happy. I feel like I'm a part of the family, you know, distant cousin, yeah, that's right, distant cousin. Bloggers, the thing is I LOVE reading their "how we met" and "proposal" stories. Of course the wedding pictures ties it all in. You can tell the ones that were God ordained. Weddings are a beautiful once in a life time event. Out of all the billions of people on earth, God only picked two, to be together in holy matrimony. That's awesome. Let's not take our God sent for granted. If you have, start by letting them know how much you love them and appreciate them.
Three more things. Question: What's "Najia, bloke, sha, and wahala?" I want to assume that najia means Nigerian, I guess, and sha means like dunno, forget it. Don't laugh. Ok, well holla at your girl.
Here are some of the many sites that I have visited.
Please enjoy.
Where are my fellow Ghanaian wedding websites? Nigerians got this thing on lock!
If you got any wedding websites hook a sista up!