Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Matrimony ...

I'm planning to commit matrimony in a year or so! Of course for the readers of this blog (all three of you) this is hardly news but then the Lady who said yes to my proposal is no stranger to you either. We're planning to have a TLM with all the bells and whistles or at least all the smells and bells. It'll be in St Kevin's, Harrington St, all going well but only if Herself doesn't change her mind first ...

That last bit is pretty unlikely but I just want to see if she reacts :-)

15 comments:

lowdenclear said...

React?!? ME???? REACT?!?!?!?!?!

Eamonn said...

No? Well I didn't think you would :-*

lowdenclear said...

Well... Just as long as you didn't... :-P

lowdenclear said...

By the way... shouldn't that be "shmells and bellsh", given that MG is from the "wesht"?! :-D

Eamonn said...

Not "bellsh" no, unless she'd been drinking which she never does!! Although "cheers" in a Downpatrick-cum-Belfast accent often comes out sounding like "Cheersh" ...

lowdenclear said...

NOT that you're slagging off your fiancée or anything like that...!!!! :-P

Eamonn said...

Just teasing gently ... besides I do love her rather a lot ...

Therese said...

What date is the wedding?

aglassofchianti said...

There are more than three of us!

Congratulations! You'll find the married state even better than you can imagine.

Brendan Allen said...

Remember: marriage is not just a word.

It's a sentence!

Bonaventure said...

Congratulations both of you. May our Lord bless your marriage.

Is there any chance you could move the wedding to the USA?

lowdenclear said...

That chance would be somewhere between "slim" and "none", Dan... ;-)

Thanks! :-)

Eamonn said...

Amazing thing, A Glass of Chianti is alive! And commenting on my blog! And herself and her husband, the (former) Mansfield Fox have a blog and more importantly a baby on the way.

Congratulations all round, and thanks for the encouragement.

Anonymous said...

I hope you people remember to use birth control. The world doesn't need more of your kind.

Éamonn said...

What part of a traditional Catholic wedding don't you understand? No "birth control" aka contraceptives or abortifacients will feature in this marriage at all. I love my fiancée too much to ask her to start taking toxic amounts of synthetic hormones where there is no need to do so. NB the next time you comment here, post a return email address or blog url. If you don't I'll delete the comment and any others that you post. Either stand up and be counted or stand up and be gone!