Dream wedding

This is too funny to set aside. Ate Meann Africano, a dear friend from church, messaged me about her dream (of which I was the star, apparently)—a dream that has amused her to no end.


I guess that means March will change my life forever. Uhm, how many guests should I invite? And what font do I use for the wedding invites?

This conversation came about just as I had finished browsing through Pam Pastor's Inquirer article, in which she wrote:
"Stop asking when I’m getting married. It’s annoying, it’s intrusive and it may get you physically injured. So don’t. For the love of God and all things white and shiny, stop asking. Stop asking if I’m getting married, stop asking when I’m getting married. Because even if I were, you wouldn’t be invited."
I'll keep that in mind when talking to friends already in their 30's.

(Thanks for the link, Ate Liw Agbayani.)


  1. hahaha!! :)
    lance, sino ito?? aha! it's about time ikaw naman ang ma-issue :p hehe!
    and i read that article by pam pastor too. quite funny actually. it makes you realize to stop asking every single person about marriage :)-AA

  2. Kuya lance kamukha nino? :) hehehe

  3. Please have live streaming (for me).

    And I think a contemporary font would suit you. Helvetica Neue maybe. Or you can have a calligrapher do the invitations, I know an amazing calligrapher there in manila. :)

  4. Who? Someone I hardly remember. Your comments are amusing.


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