By anonymous - 25/07/2013 05:47 - United States - Gerald
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Could she earlier? Who knows, but it's kind of irrelevant - she didn't. The real question is, a month before the wedding, do you go through with a marriage you are pretty sure isn't going to work out, just because you only worked that out a month beforehand? The answer is "of course not". Sure, this isn't great - but it's better than her having married him because it was too awkward to face the truth in a timely way.
She has commitment issues ever since Lost left so many question unanswered
You *were* supposed to get married. Not anymore. Sorry op.
42, before you correct people, you should get your facts straight. The comment was "were" supposed to get married as opposed to "are" supposed to get married, which is how OP worded it. And I have been an editor for 35 years and "we're" does NOT mean "we were." Ever. The only thing worse than a grammar nazi is a grammar nazi who doesn't know grammar. I don't know why this site seems to draw so many people who flip over a misspelling or punctuation error. It's anal and it detracts from the theme and the fun. Give it a rest.
I'm not a true grammar nazi, but when I see "your" instead of "you're," it really bugs me. People are so stupid that they're mixing the two more and more, and correcting it will hopefully remind people of the difference instead of watering down the already muddy brains of our generation.
Maybe thats her way of saying she's not ready for your relationship.