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Do Tell: What was the Best Part of your Honeymoon?

Ok all you married women out there, this is your chance to make us single gals jealous! My married friends always tell me they live vicariously through their single friends, but one thing married couples have over us is a honeymoon experience! I can't imagine anything better than laying on a beach in the after glow of my wedding day with the love of my life. While every unmarried woman can day dream about being lingerie clad all week, ladies, do tell, what was the best part of your honeymoon?

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Saaralynne Saaralynne 8 years
Ohhh, favorite memories. Is it ok if my memory is funny? We have lots of sappy memories, but my favorite is an embarassing/funny one. My husband and I got married young, had never lived outside our parents houses, and had abstained from sex until marriage. The night of the wedding we stayed at a hotel downtown, and I had a bag packed for it. The next day we went home, and the following we left for a quiet honeymoon. Well, I forgot my birth control in the first bag... Being pretty inexperienced, and embarassed to tell him, on our way to catch a ferry I had to call my mom to get my OBG-YN's phone number to get her to call in a prescription to a pharmacy that was right next to the ferry. All while sitting next to my husband of two days! While this was embarassing enough, since we'd never really discussed birth control in great detail, the worst was yet to come. When we got to the Pharmacy, we realized that it was definately a retirment town, and lots of retired people need prescriptions. So while attempting to tell the deaf pharmacist what I was there for, there were 3 60+ year old ladies waiting behind me. On top of that, I had to ask where the condoms were! We'd never bought them before, and were really self conscious. So here we are, two 19 year olds, holding a box of condoms and trying to flaunt our wedding rings while waiting for my prescription to be filled. We got a lot of strange looks from the older people walking by. It sounds terrible, and now that we've been married 5 years it's great to look back and laugh on. The rest of our honeymoon was relaxed, and uneventful, so this stands out!
sass317 sass317 8 years
Waking up next to my new husband for the first time was pretty incredible. But my favorite part of our actually honeymoon cruise was probably the night we just ordered room service and stayed in ;)
lickety-split lickety-split 8 years
well if you are a good parent you don't have "horrible kids" lol. marriage is the real commitment, otherwise you are just playing house. my sil dated her "forever fiance" for 15 years and then was dumped for his "true love" and they have a child now. she is 40 so obviously she won't be having any kids and is extremely depressed about it. everyone knows their limit though, so if you aren't up to the forever of marriage it's good not to go there. anyway, the best part of our honeymoon was just waking up knowing we were married. that this was "it".
miz66 miz66 8 years
My boyfriend and myself have been together for 19 years now, we're engaged but no plans to get married. Though we have been to 2 diffirent wedding's of the same guy, he got divorced then married again to someone else. When something like that happens makes you think why spend all that money, we just live together have great holidays no horrible kids ect and I wouldn't have it any other way.
Mickey-tee Mickey-tee 8 years
aww jelous!
TexasTwinkle TexasTwinkle 8 years
When i called him husband and he called me wife. It was a really cool feeling! Mr & Mrs was cool too.
rubialala rubialala 8 years
Running through Disney World in the afternoon rain. We were soaking wet, but we didn't care. It was a total blast and such a great memory! I had to dry out my shoes with the hotel room dryer. Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.
vmruby vmruby 8 years
Everything about it! Like the others I would have to say being called Mr & Mrs.Also being on the beach with the pink sand in a lounge chair, with my new husband, having drinks, enjoying the view and relaxing.It was so beautiful and serene....
facin8me facin8me 8 years
The best part was just laying next to the ocean sipping mudslides and relaxing in the sun with my husband.
HistoryGeek913 HistoryGeek913 8 years
Hmmm...hard to say. I guess it would just be the chance to spend time alone with my husband - away from work and all the distractions of home. All we had to worry about was each other - and it was great. :)
rbex rbex 8 years
I agree with bfly- being called Mr. & Mrs. was pretty cool! I think my favorite part (or one of them- SO hard to choose!) was having breakfast together in out hotel room the next morning.
bfly1133 bfly1133 8 years
Um, the best part? That is super hard. In terms of activities my fave thing was walking the Freedom Trail hand in hand with my new husband and taking in all the history. The coolest part was being called Mr. and Mrs. for the first time by someone we didn't know.
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