For those of you few who might read this, I fully realize I am most likely writing this only for myself, my baby brother got married this weekend. I am so very happy for him and his lovely bride. It was truly a perfect wedding, like a fairytale. (Am I spreading it a little thick?) I actually mean it. I have been to my share of weddings, and it was the most beautiful and enjoyable wedding I've ever been to. Every detail was seen to, and I don't think there is anything that could have been changed to make it better than it was. Really, I'm not just saying that because it was my brother.
We stayed at the Atlantic House hotel in York Beach, Maine. What an amazing and hospitable place, I could easily see myself living there. My parents had a beautiful suite, and I had an adjoining room. What made this all the better is the parents of the bride generously paid for the entire hotel. Well, you know what I mean. The only suite we didn't use was one on the fourth floor belonging to the comedian Dane Cook. ( that's a whole other story that I was happy to share with the whole wedding party while we were there.)
The living room:
So I very gracefully (not) hoisted my overly voluptuous body out of the tub ( looked a lot like landing a large aquatic, unattractive fish/ creature), and dripped water all over the floor as I waddled to the toilet, used the facilities. Then I had to roll/flop my way back into the tub. Now, from here on till I got out for the night I thoroughly enjoyed myself. Very relaxing, if only there was a ladder to get in and out I would have one installed in my house.
But what does this have to do with being violated you ask? Unless, I am saying that I was violated in the tub, then nothing, I just found it as an amusing little side tale. Now for the real story. I was violated by no less than three of my family members at the reception. I know, I know, unbelievable! But it's true. I have a couple of cousins on my mothers side that came to the wedding, I was sitting at their table. I was so happy to see them and get to spend time with them, as I have not seen a lot of them over the years due to family "issues" that had to do with the older generation, not us, we were just collateral damage. ( Another long story that doesn't bear getting into) needless to say, we are reunited and it feels so good. Well, one of my cousins was so excited to be at the wedding that she was a dancing fool at the reception, including rubbing her breasts against me multiple times without my consent. Very disturbing, but it didn't stop there- another cousin of mine who was "feeling no pain" started rubbing herself and her breasts against my body as well. Did someone pin a sign on my back saying molest me please? But only family allowed? I mean, it's been a while, I wouldn't have minded if it had been a cute drunk GUY molesting me, it would have been the most action I've seen in years. Cause guess what? Hopefully-soon-to-be-ex still has not filed. Why you ask? No idea, he won't talk to me about it. But I'm not bitter...........well, not too bitter.........ok, not completely bitter.
But on with the story: I then had my uncle, whom I love to death, but was incredibly drunk grab me 2 times and try to dance with me, I'm not a big fast dance dancer as I've always been too self-conscience to really let go and dance. So I pulled away, both times he pulled me back for a kiss. Don't know if he was too drunk to care or unable to close his lips, but I certainly don't need to be kissed with an open mouth by my UNCLE! The second time I slipped out of his grasp on the dance floor he then proceeded to pin me in a corner, pressing his body against mine and tell me "I wore her out. I. Wore. Her. OUT." I am assuming he was speaking about his wife, and that he wore her out on the dance floor, but really? Did I need to be accosted this way from my uncle? Then he kissed me again, with the same problems as the first kiss. This is why I feel violated, and not in a good way!
The girl in the middle is one of the violators!