I’ve mentioned yesterday that I will be attending a friend’s wedding. We’ll, this photo talks about it. The wedding was nice. All the people who witnessed the wedding were so happy to see the couple joined together in God’s name. It is my prayer that God will bless their marriage today and in the coming years to come!
I’ll be attending a friend’s wedding tomorrow. I will act as the event coordinator for the wedding. Actually, it’s not what you think it is, but I will just facilitate the flow of the wedding program. The whole concept of the wedding was planned and prepared by the bride herself. I’m excited about it and I hope everything will turn out as planned.
Talking about weddings, my Yummy Sunday entry for this week is my wedding cake. I talked about this before but thought of reposting it again… (for yummy Sunday).
By the way, our featured Yummy Sunday participant for this week is Laureen of “Words from My Heart“.
Check out her Yummy Sunday post today and don’t forget to leave a comment.
HAPPY SUNDAY EVERYONE!
According to Mr.Beryl Musser, a Canadian marriage counsellor, you should discuss these potential financial minefields before walking down the aisle.
1. Bank Accounts – Will you have joint or separate accounts? One solution: a joint account for paying bills and saving, and a separate accounts for personal spending.
2. Paying the Bills – Will expenses be split? What will each spouse contribute? If one earns more than the other, how will you deal with individual purchases?
3. Financial Values – There are spenders (“You only live once”); Builders (who see money as a tool to reach specific goals); givers (who spend freely on others, but often deprive themselves); and savers (the conservatives who worry about a rainy day.) Where are you and your spouse on that scale? Can you compromise?
Granted talking about your financial expectations may not be the most romantic conversation you’ll have with your spouse, but it can, potentially, be a marriage saver.