I never had any idea how much money a newly wed couple could collect during a money dance.
Maybe it's because I have no concept of numbers or something.
I don't know, I guessed we'd have maybe a couple of hundred dollars to eat out at some nice places at on our honeymoon.
We had enough money to pay for the beach front hotel for a week on our honeymoon.
We were so grateful to own so much money and then be able to go on our very own vacation.... alone.
[to those who don't know what a money dance is [[because I don't know if it's just another thing just us Southerners do]] it's a few songs where men line up to dance with the bride and pin money on her, and then women line up to dance with the groom and pin money on him].
I remember being so worried about the money dance.
I was afraid Philip would have a line from the dance floor out of the reception hall door and I'd be dancing with a few pitty dancers.
but I will boast and say that I was impressed and flattered that my line was actually equal to him, and guests kept us dancing (and making money) much longer than we anticipated.
I could have danced with that man all day (my husband that is).
He's the 'I don't dance' type.
Like not even alone in the living room with me.
Not even with begging.
My wedding day was the only day (besides 3 homecomings and 2 proms)
that my husband danced with me.
Awww can you tell that my anniversary is coming up?
Philip's about to be reminded, because once July rolls around I start walking around the house in my veil.
Swear I'm not