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3.14.2011

a letter to the man i'll dance with long after the guests have gone and the dance floor is little more than worn wood and wet grass,

have i ever told you i want to walk down the aisle to cat steven's the wind?


well, i do.

14 comments:

Jane said...

Love this. My sister, who's in high school, keeps her journal and mostly writes it as letters to her boyfriend of 2 years. If they get married in a few years, I think she's planning to give him the journal. It reminded me of your letters to husband!

m.estelle said...

that's a good one, meg.

you're a doll.

erin elder said...

what a beautiful choice Meg. So fitting. So you.

Jenni Austria Germany said...

i love the title of this post.

everyone calls me bon bon said...

This is precious and fun:-) Dancing the night away is one of my favorite things! You are going to be a brunette-bombshell-of-a-bride! Amen!

P.S. Thanks for your sweet comment on my ol' blog!

Ana* said...

Jane, how sweet of your sister.

Stephanie said...

Beautiful song!!

Kate said...

I love the blog title.

Cassandra said...

a lovely choice.

my husband and I's song is cat steven's "how can I tell you?" the first time he played it for me was the first time he told me he loved me.

and then, we danced to it at our wedding...

wishful nals said...

so sweet. as always.

The Many Colours of Happiness said...

These posts are my favourites, they're always so sweet.

sonny said...

i hvaen't hear the wind...but now i want to...

the one thing among many others that i want to say to the man i want to dance with... in a dimly lit kitchen is.." now is the the time , you pick me up and put me on the counter baby...."

Mackenzie said...

so so so lovely! i've always wanted to walk down the aisle to "don't stop believin'" by journey, played on a string quartet (i watched "the wedding singer too much as a child, and still think this is kind of romantic)

Vanessa said...

I walked down the aisle to "Here Comes the Sun" played on classical guitar, and it was perfect. I fully support!