Comment from: Hinermad [Visitor]


For carbonated water in Turkey you might consider taking a Sodastream back with you. It’s a device for carbonating small (bottle-sized) quantities of water or other liquids. It uses CO2 cartridges that you’d have to take with you or get someone here to send to you occasionally. You can use it on plain tap water, still mineral water, flavored water, even homebrew beer (although the result is a little disappointing if you’re used to good beer).

For your vows, consider that “love” can mean “want the best for you, and will do what is in your best interest without qualifications.” I think it’s an appropriate promise to make. (Although wording it more clearly isn’t a bad idea either.)


02/22/12 @ 13:10
Comment from: Aunt Bann [Visitor]
Aunt Bann

I, ——, take you, ——, as my lawful wedded spouse, in ————–, as long as ————-. So help me —–.

Add whatever you please in all the blank spaces, and wherever you choose. You are welome! (Whether you use it or not, or thank me or not.)

02/22/12 @ 17:10
Comment from: diana [Member]

That looks like one of those fill-in-the-blank things we did as kids.

I, being of sound mind, take you, of sound body, as my lawful wedded spouse, in war and peace, as long as you’ll have me. So help me me.

Don’t worry, Aunt Bann. We have it worked out. :)

I’ll more than likely post the vows here, but only after it’s too late to take them back.


02/22/12 @ 17:50

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