What if you didn’t want to go to a wedding?
With so many weddings and events in the area right now, there are a lot of choices to make.
The number one option is to get a photo from a smartphone or tablet, but what about the ones you don’t have?
One person asked if they could send the photo to a friend and they would then have to wait for the person to receive it before they could make any plans.
Another person also said he wanted to send his picture to someone in a wheelchair, and they wouldn’t be able to accept it.
One of the reasons to go ahead and send your photo is to protect yourself from harm.
“You don’t want people to get hurt or anything,” said one of the people who sent their picture to me.
“Just don’t be a jerk.”
This one’s an option for people who want to get away from the crowds, but don’t know how to send a picture to their friends.
If you’re not sure, you can simply put your picture in the post and let the recipient choose to receive the photo.
Another option is just to let the people in your life decide.
The one person I talked to said she was in the middle of a wedding and decided she didn’t know what to do.
She sent her picture and it was accepted.
She thought the wedding was going to be a great experience, but was disappointed that she didn to send the picture.
She felt that she had a lot to be grateful for.
Another woman who was at a wedding said she wanted to avoid the crowds and instead was looking for a location that would let her take a picture.
The person she sent the photo was at the reception, so she thought it would be a fun place to send it.
Instead, it was immediately rejected.
“I was so happy,” she told me.
The other woman told me she was at her wedding and felt she had enough to celebrate with her family and friends.
“I didn’t think anything was going on, but when I got to the reception I was so shocked.
I didn’t even want to leave my room.”
She was also shocked that she wasn’t accepted because the reception didn’t allow pictures.
“But I’m glad it’s over,” she said.
“At least I didn.
I hope my friends didn’t get hurt.”