Feature: "Bubby, You Helped!"
Months after they got her advice, our readers update Bubby on their lives.
What ever happened to... Scared of Confetti?
On January 30th, Bubby received a touching letter from “Scared of Confetti” - a man about to be married. Though he adored his wife-to-be and knew he was making the right decision, he felt growing anxiety as the big day approached. Bubby let him know that she too felt that way on her wedding day 50 years ago. She said, “Marriage is a giant step… Consider this a step through a tunnel but the sun is shining on the other side.” She assured him all would be well, and asked that he contact her again in two years to let her know how things were working out. Well… we couldn’t wait that long. A month has passed and we wanted to know: Is “Confetti” finally sportin’ a honeymoon smile… or did his fear keep him from walking down that aisle?
I just returned from a fantastic 10 day honeymoon in beautiful Hawaii that was fun, relaxing, intimate and so enjoyable. The wedding day came and I found myself at total peace, with no nerves to speak of. I cried when my bride walked down the aisle - she was a radiant picture of beauty personified and any nerves or apprehension I had went out the window. Our wedding day was so much fun - we just wish it hadn't passed so quickly!
And so we look forward to the months and years ahead in anticipation of sharing our lives as husband and wife. We're happy, in love, and we know that this is without a shadow of a doubt the best thing that either of us have ever done!
With peace like a river,
No Longer Scared
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