"Best Wishes!" she said to me. I remember it like it was yesterday. I was walking in a local mall with my mother and we ran into a long time family friend. My mother updated her on the news that I was recently engaged, and whilst oggling at the ring, she exclaimed "Best Wishes!". I had never heard this before and when our brief encounter ended, my mother explained to me that she was correct in saying that as opposed to "Congratulations".
Isn't it funny that these days the term "unplug" refers to turning off our wireLESS devices? By definition, to unplug means to disconnect. What is trending for weddings and events now is unplugging in order to CONNECT.
According to Mobilestatistics.com, the average person spends 23 days a year staring at their phone screen. The better part of a month...lost looking down at a screen.
In The Boston Globe Magazine, this past February, 'Miss Conduct': Robin Abrahams, answers a reader's question of whether or not it is polite to leave a wedding because the music is too loud. Her response, in my opinion, is wonderful...