My sweet niece is getting married. She lives in a different state than most of her family, and consequently feels the wedding plans are a bit one-sided. She is desperate to be surrounded by her own family. I readily agreed to throw a bridal shower for this fun-loving, VERY Yellow niece in her hometown.
This is how it all started:
Talk about clueless. I win the prize for being clueless. And I have no excuse. I work for Color Code.
Lets break down this innocent little message:
I was hoping to have a little shower at your house.
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