You know, we may already have a "group" for this but something occurred to me today. This site is dedicated to everything weddings: the proposal, the rings, the cake, the bridal party, the reception, the food, the gifts, the honeymoon, the dress, etc., etc. I don't know about everyone else, but I am a little fearful that my "wedding" may be overshadowing my "marriage". Let me explain. I love my fiance and I am certain that he loves me. We intend on spending the rest of our natural lives together, in sickness and in health, good times or bad. But I don't want to get so focused on the wedding that I forget about what we are committing to. I have been so busy organizing the linens and ordering the cake and the food and making sure I get in shape to fit into my dress that I feel sort of guilty for not putting as much (if not more) time and effort into making sure that my MARRIAGE is just as fabulous. I am going to be sharing my life with this one person forever! My heart literally skips a beat everytime I think about it. Don't get me wrong, its a great nervous feeling but its also a little overwhelming. Am I getting cold feet? No, I just take the prospect of getting married and the institution of marriage very seriously. So the question I have for us today is not what colors we are using or what food we are serving or what we favors we are giving to our guests, but rather, what are the things that each of us are doing to ensure that our MARRIAGES our an even greater and more beautiful success than our WEDDINGS?