It's important to register in advance by clicking here, event list page, and paying the one time $40 registration fee. This information is provided to the bridal salons to ensure they have gowns in your size to choose from, and one will be FREE.
Don't be discouraged if your state isn't listed. Be sure to check with some of the salons in your area just in case because they may be participating, but haven't signed up yet for the program.
More details of the necessary criteria and documentation needed is available at:
Brides Across America
362 N. Main Street
Andover, MA 01810
Are you a podcast fan? Is there someone in particular that you listen to all the time? Here's a few that might interest you based on what your hobbies, or what you watch on television.
STARTALKRADIO.NET introduces us to a comedian, soccer player and broadcaster that break down really important sports moments in history scientifically.
TMSIDK.COM talks about news in a format similar to a game show, which is really cool.
NPR.org has a group of people gathered around to talk about pop culture and recent trends.
I enjoy watching cooking shows and ballroom dancing on PBS, (Public Broadcasting Service) and one of the very first cooking shows actually aired there in 1963 called The French Chef with Julia Child. The Antiques Roadshow, This Old House ,a Chef's Life, and Curious George are also still around.
WOULD YOU EVER DO THIS?
When I was a kid, we had a best friend who's mother insisted that we call her first name. It took us a while to get it, but we finally got on board. I remember calling my mom by her first name once, and that was one time too many because I ended up getting punished for 2 days with no television or books, thought the world had ended. (lol) I learned my lesson quickly! For the record, my son couldn't call me by my first name either. (lol)
Now it seems like kids are ditching the tradition of calling their parents Mom & Dad. What about you? Do you call your parents by their first names? Have you ever done it?