10. You start reading an average of 50 emails a day… or at least try to.
9. You start referring to yourself as a W@Wie.
8. You take your wedding preparations seriously and try to devote 70% of your life to it.
7. You know www.WeddingsAtWork.com like a back of your hand.
6. You start recommending the website and the W@W eGroup to your soon-to-be married friends.
5. You know what MIL, H2B, DIY, TMU, OTD means.
ed’s note: want to know their meanings too? highlight here —-> MIL (mother-in-law), H2B (husband-to-be), DIY (do-it-yourself), TMU (trial make-up), OTD (on-the-day; as in, on-the-day coordination)
4. You unconsciously sign your e-mails to your non-W@Wie friends with your name, fiancÃ©’s name, date of wedding, ceremony and reception venues.
3. Finishing your suppliers’ rating is a dream… other than the wedding, of course.
2. You are now maintaining a blog.
1. Benz is not just a car to you.
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About the Author: Dionne est une W@Wie et elle est fianÃ§Ã©e pour Ãªtre mariÃ© Joven en Juin 2006. Toujours les dÃ©couvertes mÃ©nagent dans tout. Les amours pour rire mais sentent mÃªme si riant mieux avec quelqu’un. Vraiment pourrait Ãªtre sinistre si la situation l’appelle. ExtrÃªmement inflammable.