What to say?

What to say?

What to say?

The books i have been reading all say there needs to be some sort of perfect mini-speech right before I ask Jenn.  I am freaking out as to what to write.  I know I could go all wishy-washy and make her cry (she might be crying without my speech) but I just want her to know how much she means to me.  Like the hugs in the morning before work and the snuggles in the evening when we go to bed.  Those things are very important to me.  The constant closeness that we have from living together has brought us closer together.  This might be as hard as those who have written their own vows. So how do you do it?  How do you make it touching but not crying?  Are there certain words to hit on and certain ones to stay away from? Help!

Jeff McNeil

Born in Irvine, grew up in Anaheim,child of the world. Married to the love of my life Jennifer McNeil.


  1. you were perfect =)

  2. I tried to say something nice and meaningful but all I could get out was flay blah crah frum. I am sorry. I will do better when I am allowed notecards, possibly cue cards for a wedding ceremony. I don’t want to mess those lines up. “I do” is all I need right?

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