Throughout the ages, men have tried to unlock the mystery of why their wives accepted them as they were before they were married, but then wanted to change them after they had exchanged their vows.
A social-scientist has finally arrived at a simple and logical conclusion...
When the bride, accompanied by her father, starts to walk slowly down the long aisle, she sees the altar in the distance and hears a hymn quietly playing in the background.
Walking down the aisle, the brain is conditioned to absorb these three stimuli: aisle, altar, and hymn. The nervous bride becomes mesmerized and continually reinforces these perceptions as she walks: aisle, altar, hymn . . . aisle, altar, hymn . . . aisle, altar, hymn . . .
Finally, as she stops beside her groom, the conditioning process is complete! She looks at him lovingly and thinks,
"I'll alter him!"
This story reminded me of my very own beloved...here is a recent picture of my Prince Charming!
Ha, ha, ha...hopefully he won't see this rather unflattering photo!
Note: This is from our photo shoot at the Guthrie Theater (Target Family Day). Hubby is dressed with clothes from Little House on the Prairie! (Watch out for the crazy neighbor, Laura!)
Link to post: Target Family Days