Saturday, August 29, 2009

Poor Little Rabbit : The Runaway Bride.

To plan for your reception, you want first to grasp.

Maybe you will marry in a romantic dawn rite followed by a breakfast reception. You can simply coordinate this kind of reception yourself and dump the added cost of a caterer. Those special girls in your own family who like to cook would be honored to help with this project I should bet. The airwaves crackle with conjecture about the Georgia lady who just could not face her long-planned marriage.

The sellers for the 600-guest marriage will get paid anyhow, without any of the work. What does the chaos say about the state of our society? In other ages, without the mass communication equipment available today, folks could just vanish, and frequently did. Is it her fault a manhunt was launched? Her primary claim she had been kidnapped was patently fake ; her real act of running away was an emotional jolt to her folks but certainly not against the law, nor was it for the California housewife who chucked everything and went to Vegas. Or is there an obscure statute somewhere that restricts us from shipping out with no notice and no apology? If we aren't avoiding liabilities or crimes, why can't we go wherever we want? Our society is so arranged and our identities so rigidly bound with numbers and private history that we can't escape ourselves. Wherever we are going, we will be able to be traced : social security numbers, names, dates of birth, checking account numbers, fingerprint archives, Web droppings, medical and dental records. Do others have, in reality, a right to know who and where we are? Glance at the almost-bride's eyes in each picture. Poor small rabbit, you did not get terribly far, did you? The occasional urge to escape, to run off to join the circus, to tie up our products in a headscarf on a stick and set off to see the world, tempts each one of us at times. If you're having a beach side hit, consider a "come and go" atmosphere. Discover new places to buy and things to make at : buy chair covers .

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