Loz (lozenger8) wrote,
Loz
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Go J!

Today I discovered my most favourite actor, Jason Marsden actually did get married to his fiancée Christy on the second of this month. I knew it was happening sometime in October, I just wasn't sure when.

Was my heart broken?

Did I cry a thousand pearl tears?

Did I swear revenge on the gorgeous Christy?

No... I giggled, I made sure those other J-fans at the JMAS saw his updated bio page and I sent an email of congratulations... because Jason deserves a gorgeous woman who will love him forever... and one who's actually in L.A. ;)

I remember a time when I would have been physically ill because of this news (gimme a break, I was 14-18... *snigger*) but now I just feel a calm sense of well wishing. So this is what happens when you've been a constant and consistent fan of someone for 7 years? Cool.

I had a horrible feeling that because I wasn't horrified, heartbroken or even mildly upset Jason was engaged, my Jason fandom had dissipated. But it hasn't... it's just changed. This is good, I think.

Hey, I'm Loz... that girl from that LJ who is a devoted fan of happily married men.
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