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nate larson

Well...It has been nice knowing you guys!

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I am getting married in two days. My friends tell me that she will lock me in a cage so I guess I won't get to talk to you guys as much. HAHA Actually I am excited! We are getting married on Friday at 5:00. Looks like we will have nice weather. Wish me luck!

Later,

Nate

PS...any words of advice for the wedding/reception?

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Dude...it ain't too late run fast and far laugh.giftongue.gif

Just kidding, good luck.

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Enjoy the mariage even if the wedding is boring and tiring.

make sure she can go shopping so you can go fishing. If she can shop at a sporting goods store the better.

You are registered at Cabelas arent you?

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HAHA! Yeah...that is what everyone is telling me. It really makes a guy nervous. But I have no doubt that she is the right girl for me. smile.gif

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does cabelas have a gift registry now? that would be so amazing!! the g/f (soon to be fiance when i can save up some money) just got into bowhunting and cabelas seems to be her favorite store lately, so i am sure i could swing that somehow if cabelas offered it.

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Sportsman's Warehouse lets you register.

*Play "The Fishing Song"

*Say she's "the catch of my life"

*Get something fishing related in the wedding photos

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Best of luck Nate.. if you picked the right girl, all will be wonderfull.. Treat her the way you want to be treated. And advice... Even though its your night, do your best to remember to not drink too much. Its a day you will want to remember the rest of your life!

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We'll see you again when the honeymoon period is over, she can't keep you on a short leash forever. blush.gif

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Remember these words, . . .

"Yes dear."

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I've been done in for almost a month now Nate (July 21), I'm surviving, hopefully you will too. Hunting season will be the test... wink.gif

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(soon to be fiance when i can save up some money)


You will never save money with a GF/fiance/wife around.

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I am sure you found the right girl Nate. I got married in April and it is great. The biggest problem I have is trying to find time to fish with the jsut the guys. The wife is always bugging me to take her. What a problem, huh?

Good luck and enjoy it all.

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Enjoy the ride! If she smiles that day, you'll smile from there on. It's her day.

p.s. Keep the floor of the boat clean wink.gif

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Thanks everyone! No I didn't register at Cabela's...I wish I had though. Oh well. I registered for a bunch of tools at Sears so that is the coolest stuff we will get I am sure.

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Hunting season will be the test...
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That is for sure! Duck hunting could be interesting...I usually go almost every weekend. I will try to make it up to her during the off season.

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Even though its your night, do your best to remember to not drink too much.


This is good advice! It could be tough but I will try my best. smile.gif

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The best to you and yours.

Fortunately I married a gal that loves to fish and be out of doors.

Best advice I can give you is in my signature line smile.gif

Lynn J.

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Good luck Nate. Marriage is a good thing. Just spend time with her or let her go out and do something on her own. Time apart isn't a bad thing as long as you have time together.

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If she has put up with your hunting and fishing this long, she still should after the left handed ring goes on.

As far as the night, it will go faster than you think, take it all in and enjoy the night. You can try to talk to everone that came but it will never happen so take it as it comes and be sure to remember its your (your and hers) night.

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To all the single guys, I usually say:

"Get married, why should you be happy"?

I have always tried to 'compromise' in my marriage and that worked pretty good. My best advice would be: always keep the lines of communication open. There isn't enough space on the server to give you all the advice I have on this thread, so I guess it'll be a real journey for you two. You two will figure it out on your own.

God bless and good luck.

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Thanks for all of the kind words and well wishes. smile.gif I am really looking forward to our honeymoon. We are going to San Diego for 5 days. It should be a good time, we have never been there before.

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Women spend their lives trying to turn their husbands into something they wern't when they were dating.

Men spend their lives trying to turn their wives into what they were when they were dating. grin.gif

All kidding aside, been nice knowin ya dude. grin.gif

But seriously, good luck.

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I always told my wife:

"I don't mind if you change me. Just don't let me know you are doing it!"

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Women spend their lives trying to turn their husbands into something they wern't when they were dating.

Men spend their lives trying to turn their wives into what they were when they were dating.
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This is what I am afraid of! AHHHHHH shocked.gif

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Good luck. Did you hear they have linked a food that is associated with decline of a woman's s*x drive? It is called wedding cake. DON'T LET HER EAT IT!

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Congrats and the Best of Luck to the both of you. I have been married for 33 years and hunt and fish more than I ever have. Just remember that she also has needs to and just dont think that the hunting and fishing is everything.

Like Dietz stated, Keep the booze to a minimum and make your first day together a great one and she will also remember that. Its a two way street for it to work and it can be wonderfull.

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A few words of wisdom that have been handed down to me. If mama ain't happy, nobody's happy. Next, don't attempt to bank brownie points because just one "oh sh!t" will wipe out all brownie points you have saved.

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