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Jason and Molly’s wedding was the latest installment of The Bachelor spin off shows last night. Molly got her fairytale wedding at ABCs expense, including getting to walk down the aisle to her favorite song “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” sung by Jason Castro (loved his rendition and the 2nd song he sang at the end of the wedding by the way!).

Several parts of this wedding show were much better than the Trista and Ryan show. The “Vegas bachelor/bachelorette” parties were actually much classier and did not include the drama of the wayward almost groom-to-be breaking his future bride’s heart by being found drunk under some anonymous woman’s lap. Jason and Molly “partied” but ended the evening laughing together before they parted ways until their wedding the next day. I also love that they were completely undaunted by the blowing winds and pouring rain on their heads as they exchanged their vows with the biggest grins on their faces. I know it is all “TV”… but this wedding seemed to have some “real” happy people joining their lives together.

What I was not a fan of was the usual parade of the “ghosts of Bachelor/Bachelorette past.” Honestly? Do we really need to see a cheeky Trista and jaw clinched Ryan any more? Do we need to see Deanna Pappas with her newest boyfriend? Or even that Charlie guy with one of the women he is dating but *not* engaged to? How about Jillian and Ed who also dodge the “when are you getting married?” question. Oh well! Can’t win ’em all! 😉

TTFN!


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OK. Now simmer down out there! It’s not like that! SHEESH! 😉 Is that retro poster at the left from the first season of The Bachelorette? HA!! 😀

What I am referring to is that–without fail–whenever there is a girl on The Bachelor who finally confesses to the man who is choosing “his future wife” that season that she is “saving herself for marriage” invariably the dude says “I respect that” and then plants a wet one on the girl. However, what is also an expected outcome is that at the next rose ceremony she will be sent home! That is why I call it the virgin sacrifice. Sure enough, last night:

“Jake’s next one on one is with Corrie. The two go on a special date in San Francisco’s Golden State Park. Surrounded by aquariums full of exotic sea life, Corrie tells Jake that she is a virgin and plans on waiting until marriage. Jake is okay with that and seals it with their first kiss.”

But alas, it continually appears that the virgin confessions (on The Bachelor) are in fact the kiss of death! Jake does a pretty good job of looking sad when he sends the ladies packing. Oh well! The show is not exactly rocket science!  It’s just a “guilty pleasure.”

Speaking of kisses… on to much better thoughts about kisses. ♥ Here is one of my all time favorite songs about one of the most wonderful things about living… passionate kisses! ♥

Mary Chapin Carpenter: Passionate Kisses

“Do I want too much
Am I going overboard to want that touch
I shout it out to the night
“Give me what I deserve, ’cause it’s my right”
Shouldn’t I have this (shouldn’t I)
Shouldn’t I have all of this, and

Passionate kisses…”

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