Someone asked me the other day, “Isn’t Moxie, like, a Yiddish word or something?”
Um. No. It’s not.
I guess she had never seen “The Thin Man”.
Here’s the scoop:
moxÂ·ie – noun slang
1. vigor; verve; pep.
2. courage and aggressiveness; nerve.
3. skill; know-how.
For further research on moxie, I suggest you watch any and all of The Thin Man movies with Myrna Loy and William Powell.Â Myrna had moxie, and tons of it.
She is my hero.
But, really, this is supposed to be about me.Â So, hereâ€™s me.
Iâ€™m a wedding planner, writer, dog mama, pretty good cook, Zumba addict and former New Yorker living and loving in Los Angeles.
And, on October 12, 2013, I became the wife of a pretty swell human being, who we call Bob the Builder around here.
Follow along for some wedding pretty, advice, and wellâ€¦just think of me as your cool older sister who will always tell you the truth, even when the truth sucks a little. Weddings aren’t all peonies and tulle! (Just a little bit peonies & tulle!)
– Moxie Bride
P.S – You can contact me here or email me at thatbridesgotmoxie(at)gmail.com