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The pastor and members of a Jefferson county church make the gruesome discovery of a body on the way to Bible study Wednesday evening. Sheriff Peter Walker said a woman's body was found just before 6:30More >>
Jefferson County Sheriff Peter Walker has identified the woman found dead in the cemetery of East Mount Olive Baptist Church Wednesday night.
Q. Should I stay the night with my fiance the night before the wedding? We have lived together for a few years and I want to make sure that we both sleep as well as possible before the big day -- I would hate to have one of us sleep somewhere new. Is that okay?
A. How you spend the night before the wedding is entirely up to you -- the key is, like you said, to get as much sleep as possible.
If you've been living together, it can seem kind of weird and old-fashioned to suddenly move out for the night. That said, make sure that you really believe your nerves won't get the better of you -- if you're tossing and turning all night because you're excited about the big day, you'll both be regretting it once the sun rises!
Many brides opt to let their fiance stay at home while turning their last night into a girl's night, staying at a hotel with their maid of honor or with all of their bridesmaids (whose job it is to make sure that after all the gossip and giggling, you catch some serious z's).
Bottom line: Do what feels right for you (and your fiance!), and you won't have to worry about yawning during your vows.
-- By Carley Roney of TheKnot.com
Carley Roney is co-founder and editor in chief of The Knot (www.theknot.com), the nation's leading online wedding resource.
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