The budget breakdown was the last post of the Boa recaps and it also marked the end of my wedding blogging days. It’s been thirteen months since I started blogging for Weddingbee, nine months since the wedding and about time I wrapped it all up.
I want to sincerely thank each and every one of you for reading our story, following our journey and for every single comment. They were ALL read and very much appreciated, sometime the bright spot in a not-so-great day. One thing I was not expecting when I started blogging, was the great sense of community that exists on the ‘bee and the awesome friendships that I’ve formed in these last few months. Even though my blogging days are over, I know these will endure. I started blogging with the sole purpose of blogging here, for the opportunity to share my wedding with the hive and maybe even inspire other brides. I’ve learned so much more from this wonderful corner of the Interwebs than what I could have ever given back.
Since the wedding planning consumed so much of my time and energy for a long time, once it was over I needed a new project to focus on…so we bought a house! The Boas closed on their house two weeks ago and have been busy making it a home (or at least livable). You’ll see me around the boards (most probably in the Nesting section) but if you miss me too much, you can check out my blog, ModernDayJibarita.
I write about being a newlywed, adapting to life in Ohio, my adventures with food, stuff about the house and everyday happenings of my life. Its been the best way to keep in touch with my friends and family back in PR, now that I live thousand of miles way from them. Stop by and say hello.
…thanks for the memories,
- Isabela, Puerto Rico
- Undergraduate Student
- Wedding Date:
- May 2012
- El Faro Convention Center