Wedding Kilts – And the Men Who Wear Them

Men in Kilts and the women who marry them! Yesterday, I did an outdoors indian Summer Scottish wedding. It was held at an old barn along a rushing creek under maples that were beginning to turn. The bagpipe skirled, the wedding guests were enchanted. Gorgeous. The beautiful Scottish bride married a local Pennsylvania man who courageously volunteered to wear the kilt. His groomsmen were therefore volunteered as well. among the 250 guests, there were probably 20 kilts. It was a lovely thing. To a man they found them comfortable. I thought they said they rented locally at Penney’s although i couldn’t find anything on line. I’d call a local store. But you can always search around on the web. Here’s one place that had a lot of information, including a book entitled So You’re Going to Wear the Kilt available on the same page. It would be well worth looking at for $12.95.

And just a thought. if you’re not a frequent wearer of the kilt, a word to the wise: cross your legs!


Money Matters

Hello brides and grooms!

Today there was an article in the New York Times that said that while it wasn’t the ONLY indicator of marital success, a good indicator was having similar views on money. and if your views weren’t the same they at least needed to be well known and accepted. Money is a huge flash point between couples. and it can kill the romance faster than almost anything.

So why not consider seeing a financial planner and figuring out what your money similarities and differences are. Here’s a surprise: you can plan your way out of some of the problems you bring to a marriage. Imagine, how grown up is that?

Remember, you deserve to live happily ever after. The bad news is that sometimes, living happily ever after means you will have to work pretty hard to make it possible. But you can do it! I believe in you and in your love!