Old, New, Mostly Borrowed And One Blue

Old, New, Mostly Borrowed And One Blue

EXTREME RECYCLING

You may or may not be familiar with the book ’101 Uses for a Dead Cat’ which is an extremely funny book … before you ask … yes I adore cats!

Yesterday whilst attending a training workshop, Mark Ellis from Sound Delivery (http://www.sounddelivery.org.uk/), who is trying very hard to teach those attending (especially me) the basics of editing audio and video footage, told me of a blog a guy called Kevin Cotter had written which all began with his wife’s departure after they’d been together 17 years, ever since their senior year in high school. She took all of her belongings when she moved out of their Tucson, Arizona, home, with one exception. In her former section of their walk-in closet, she left her wedding keepsake box.

“You forgot something,” Cotter recalls telling her.

“And what’s that?” she replied.

“Your wedding dress.”

“Yeah, I’m not taking that.”

Cotter was dumbfounded.

“What do you expect me to do with it?”

“Do whatever you want with it,” she said before she drove away…………. and that’s exactly what he did.

To read the story in full visit http://myexwifesweddingdress.com/ … it is absolutely hilarious.

So readers, have you done anything exciting or extreme with your wedding dress?  If so, do let me know and I will publish the stories on my blog….. look forward to hearing from you all.  I admit that I did something rather extreme with my first wedding dress ….. I shall tell you what it was if you let me have your stories.

 
 

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A wonderful and exciting collection of interesting and historical wedding dresses dating from the 1820s to the present day.  Many of the dresses have been loaned by private collectors as well as national museums.  A number of the dresses on show, have been loaned by a number of the great houses of England:  Burghley, Belvoir Castle, Somerleyton Hall to name just a few.

The interesting dresses will include one made from the fleece of a Lincolnshire Longwool sheep, loo paper and a complete knitted dress include the sandwiches and cake destined for the reception.  Canine wedding dresses will also be featured.

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