Yes. I’m Still Adding APW Bells & Whistles by Meg Keene Just in case you guys thought I didn’t listen to you: Everyone was saying they wanted to be able to “like” comments like on Facebook. And the word “like” and “on Facebook” made me have a little deep sighing moment. But I totally listened (if slightly tweaked). If you go into the comments now, there are little purple stars next to your comments, and now you can “Exactly” each others comments. I.E., “10 people said, “Exactly!” Heeeeee. Ok. Seriously. I’m hoping this will allow some of you not-so-brave lurkers to put your toe in the water of commenting, by hitting “Exactly” when you like something. And no. You don’t get a “this comment should die” button. That’s called the “report this comment” button. When you look at the top of the posts, the YEAR is now included in the date stamp, so you won’t be confused when I back-link. David suggests that you should only really pay attention to things I’ve written in the last three months anyway, because they are “fresh” and the others are “stale.” Ha. Wedding Elves Forum! The forum for sponsors of this site to discuss… well… how they are going to secretly take the WIC by storm, put The Kn*t under siege, and overwhelm the wedding world with a flood of awesome… IS OPEN. I have five 3-month guests passes to the forum, for Wedding Elves who are part of the APW community, but are not advertisers. Email me if you’d like one – first come first serve. Also, I just wanted to point out the purple submit bar under my picture. If you click on it, it will give you all the instructions you need to send me your wedding. I have a new email set up at weddinggraduates at apracticalwedding dot com, so send your weddings there. (And, erm, if you’ve sent me your wedding in the last few months and haven’t seen it go up, could you re-send it there? I’ve been a little…. overwhelmed…. and I probably haven’t dug out your email yet.) We’re going to talk about the total horse sh*t that is the idea of “blog worthy” weddings soon, but for now, just know it f*cking hogwash, and you should send me your damn wedding already. Meg Keene Founder & Editor-In-Chief Meg is the Founder and EIC of APW. She has written two best selling wedding books: A Practical Wedding and A Practical Wedding Planner. Meg has her BFA in Drama from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. She lives in Oakland, CA with her husband and two children. For more than you ever wanted to know about Meg, you can visit MegKeene.com.