Hello Barbara, I have been dressing in plain dress now for five years and still I have good days and bad days. I recently attendid my sons wedding out of state and the mother of the bride would not…Continue
"Your son's new mother-in-law should have been too polite to notice what you were wearing. Instead, you were treated with shocking rudeness and a total lack of hospitality. What an unfortunate episode. Perhaps when she has had time to reflect on…"
"A friend of mine, mother of the groom, was asked by the bride's mother to cut her long, lovely hair for the wedding "because women in their 50s shouldn't have long hair." She did not cut it, I am glad to say. I can't imagine…"
"Hi Karen, never give up praying for your daughter, my son drug me and his dad through hell until
he finally turned his life around. I never stopped praying and now he is a wonderful son and a good
compassionate person. I to dress plain and it is a…"
"Ugh, that sucks! One of my friends was forced into a colorful (gasp!) brides maid dress for her sister's wedding. As this woman is a ninja (no, really, I'm completely serious about that), she wears clothing that's good for agility at…"
I hope the bride turns out to be more tolerant than her mother! Having someone push one around is never pleasant. I would have told the bride's mother "thank you for your concern, but I prefer to make my own…"
Hello Barbara, I have been dressing in plain dress now for five years and still I have good days and bad days. I recently attendid my sons wedding out of state and the mother of the bride would not hear of me wearing plain dress. She brought over many of her dresses for me to try on, her reason was that I should not be the center of attention but the bride. Since that experience I have been questiioning my reasons for dressing plain. This same woman badgered my husband to get him to say that…See More
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