I assume that all of the glass molds in production were not retooled immediately, but it took some time before all molds in use were carrying the new logo.
Dear Abby: My 40-year-old son signed up with an online dating site.
He has a 17-year-old son and has never been married.
Usually the bride’s family pays for certain portions of the wedding and reception, while the groom’s family pays for the rehearsal dinner, among other things. My daughter and her girlfriend are getting married, and I’m confused about the financial etiquette. Dear Modern Dad: According to Steven Petrow, the LGBT etiquette author, there are few set rules about gay weddings.
Your only “requirement” is to provide them with your love and support.
Love is a choice, and it would be painful for my son to give up a young lady he really cared for because he found out after a few dates that a future with her involved four or more baby daddies.