Goodbye, Good Luck, and Thank You!

It’s about that time, hive. Our planning is over. Our wedding has passed. Our recaps are finished.

“But what has become of them all?” asked the Mole.
“Who can tell?” said the Badger. “People come—they stay for a while, they flourish, they build—and they go. It is their way.”
-The Wind in the Willows

It’s time for me to go—for now, if not necessarily forever. I’m sure that I will pop back in every once in a while to update you on the major milestones in the Mole marriage. (Holy alliteration, Mole.) Before I say goodbye, I want to say two important things: good luck, and thank you.

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Middle left photo by Cashman Photography / Remaining photos by Brian Saculles

Good luck to everyone who is currently waiting for an engagement, planning a wedding, or living together in a marriage. I suppose that luck isn’t quite the right word; relationships, like weddings, require will an effort. It’s no better simply to wish for a happy life than it is to wish for a completed seating chart. So what I will hope for you is empathy, balance, trust, support, and love.

Thank you to everyone who has shared this journey with me. You’ve seen me through the last three months of my engagement and the first four months of my marriage. I have been honored to share my story on the blog, and I have been even more honored that people have chosen to read, comment on, and respond to it. I appreciate that more than I can say. In addition, the hive has inspired, encouraged, and helped me in more ways than I can describe.

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Photo by Gavin Gould

I am a little sad to say goodbye, but I am excited to move on and go forward. There is so much to anticipate: the trips Mr. Mole and I will take, the holidays we will celebrate, the children we someday will have—the life we will have together. If you ever want to catch up, I am going to be writing about that life at Make a Spectacle, my new blog.

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Photo by Gavin Gould

I leave you with a song that we played at our reception. I love this song. In fact, once I got so excited to hear it in a Chicago supermarket that I accidentally punched Mr. Mole in the stomach. This is the closest we have to “our song” (even if Mr. Mole instinctively flinches whenever it comes on).

Yours,
Dana

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Mrs. Mole

Location:
Los Angeles/Las Vegas
Wedding Date:
January 2012

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    coyote 1508 posts, Bumble bee @ 7:44 pm

    Oh Mole, I am so sorry to see you go. Thank you so much for sharing your wedding journey with us!! Don’t be a stranger!! :)

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    msfox 1635 posts, Bumble bee @ 7:04 am

    Love you, Mole.. it’s been wonderful to take part in your wedding planning journey!! I always loved reading your posts.. yo uwill be missed!

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    alicia1745 1118 posts, Bumble bee @ 7:07 am

    Thank you for sharing your wedding journey with us! I enjoyed every single one of your post! I’ll miss your post!

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    futuremrscpt 955 posts, Busy bee @ 7:31 am

    :( Bye Mrs Mole! I’ll follow you to your new blog but we’ll miss you around here! (and I too love that song, seriously, how could you not?)

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    steph01924 308 posts, Helper bee @ 8:41 am

    I really enjoyed reading your recaps and seeing your beautiful wedding! Good luck in life!

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    kayakgirl73 2593 posts, Sugar bee @ 10:32 am

    We’ll miss you. Stop in on the nesting boards sometime.

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    stephk527 987 posts, Busy bee @ 9:36 am

    I got teary, Mrs. Mole! Thank you for sharing your journey with us. I’ve loved reading about you and Mr. Mole, really and truly. Best wishes. <3

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    mole 1242 posts, Bumble bee @ 9:16 pm

    Thank you all! I am so glad that some of you have been stopping by my blog. And I bet I will be popping back into the nesting boards every once in awhile. :)

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    MrsKeAloha 1044 posts, Bumble bee @ 12:21 pm

    Thank you I enjoyed reading about your planning, your wedding, and journey. Its so nice that you shared it all with us.

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