Wedding invitation verdict, a nervous time

I didn’t know how much more of this I would be able to take. My sister-in-law had asked me to look for some wedding invites as my first task as maid of honour. I was happy to do it, and slightly nervous that she might lose her cool. She had turned into what’s commonly known as Bridezilla since she got engaged and she was scarey. The only problem was she wasn’t scary enough, not to me anyway. If she lost her temper at me or offended me in any way, I’d find it very difficult to just sit there and bite my tongue. I would give it my best shot of course, I love my brother and wouldn’t want to cause him any more problems. But this woman was treading on thin ice. When I heard the voice mail from my sister-in-law I knew straight away that she had received the sample invitations in the mail. The voice mail didn’t leave any clues as to what she thought about the invitations, but it did say we were meeting tomorrow at a cafe to go over the choices. I saw the Designer Wedding Invitations sitting on the table before I saw my sister-in-law. She was sitting with her legs crossed, waiting for her latte. I could tell she was waiting because she was eyeing off the waitress who obviously wasn’t working fast enough. Luckily, she thought the Wedding Invitations were great, but had a few changes to suggest. I took down the notes and told her I’d ask Pocket Wedding Invitations if they were able to make the changes. Her latte arrived and we chatted about other wedding plans for the next three hours.

We have a big problem with the invitations

I don’t know what to do anymore. I don’t know how we can fix this problem. There has been a major malfunction with one of the jet turbines and now we can’t get the wedding invitations to Bismarck in time for the wedding deadline for the invites. I don’t know if we will make it there for the wedding at all, since we could be here for up to another month. There will be little time for it all, once we get the thing all fixed up and ready to leave world. I don’t even know if it can leave world again; it’s an old ship. It’s the Heron, one of the original Letter ships that went out in Echo company when we first started mass shipping them. It’s a big ask for this thing to be fixed so soon because it’s very old, but if we don’t, then these DIY wedding invitations won’t get to where they are meant to go in time. I can’t have that happen, as I personally know the wedding to whom the invites refer to. It’s between John and Amy, teo friends of mine back on Bismarck. I grew up on Bismarck and there aren’t that many John and Amy’s there. It’s not exactly an Amy friendly world, and so you are pretty much restricted to Harfnal and the capital. The way that these things are floating around. I think that Amy and john may have gotten the special anti-grav invitations. I don’t want to tell them what to do, or what kind of designer wedding invitations to get but I must say, I’m a big fan of anything that’s anti-grav. They also don’t take up as much weight in the cargo bay as other ones, which is fine by me. There is limited weight that these Letter ships can carry, and even though the Heron is a big girl, she’s not that big.