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Wednesday, March 16, 2005


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They say that getting married and job searching are among the top two life stressers, so its no wonder you feel like freaking out. I'm sure if whoever created the life-stresser scale knew about the immigration process, they'd rank that up there too. Try to tell yourself its the circumstances and not your personality. Also try to have as many de-stressers in your life as possible- take a quick walk at work if you feel like hitting someone, go to more movies, exercise, take yoga, etc.


Let's hit some extra meetings. There's got to be a teenager in your neighborhood you can hire to raid your pantry--oops--I mean babysit. We should find a nice suburban gal's meeting, one w/o Fran. : )


You know what would make you feel better? Go into your local bank branch, sit on their couch, then roll off onto the floor and push yourself up from all fours. It's remarkably freeing.


It's really stressful isn't it... There's not much anyone can say to make it better. But at the end of the day whatever issues you're having with your bridesmaids it's your day, and they just want what's best for you (or they should!).

I know it's a pain, but this time next year it will all be over and you, Pete and your daughter will all be together.

and who knows you may even be able to laugh about it!


Hi Sarah, from another Sarah. My ears perked up when I saw your I-129F. My husband is from Portugal and finally got his green card last month. The whole immigration process is quite a nightmare. I can so if weddings are not stressful enough!

Have a great weekend.

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