172. The Wedding Invitation

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Tom’s second cousin was getting married in early . Tom hardly knew his second cousin. They rarely to each other. Tom spoke to Ed’s mom often. Tom hoped he wouldn’t get an invitation. disliked weddings. They reminded him of his own . His wedding was okay, but the marriage was disaster. Ever since, he had seen weddings as to disaster. He disliked spending money. An invitation he’d have to respond yes or no. Even he responded no, he’d still have to send gift. That was $100 out the window. He traveling if it involved more than a short . If he responded yes, he’d have to take two-hour bus ride. But if he responded no, might be insulted. Families expect family members to their weddings. On May 30, Tom hadn’t gotten invitation. He felt relieved and insulted.
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