You guys, do you know how many months I’ve been sitting on this post, procrastinating like a pro and not hitting “publish”? I’ve been writing it and rewriting it in my head, thinking, “Oh, maybe I’ll tell them about how I forgot to make table numbers,” or “I never told them how I freaked out, refused to wear my veil, and shoved it into my purse.” But the truth is, time is passing, life is moving forward, and I’m tired of talking about this wedding. The real, honest-to-goodness truth is that, when you’re on the other side of this fantastic event in your life, you’re probably going to be like, “Get that wedding album outta my f-ing face, let’s sit on the couch and get accidentally hammered while we watch The Biggest Loser and not think about escort cards.”
And that’s being married, my friends. That’s true love.
Married life is extremely busy.
I’ve had such an amazing time sharing our wedding plans with you. Having these posts and your sweet comments to look back on is one of the greatest perks of being a bee. But I’m happy and ready to pass that privilege on to our new bloggers. I’d say it’s about time. Come on”¦you know you’re already wondering what the heck I’m doing, popping up here today.
But I won’t go too far. You can keep up with Sparks and me on my blog, where I like to talk about my crazy freelancing jobs (and also about a whole lotta nothing). I hope you’ll stop by once in a while. And, who knows, maybe I’ll pop in again to say hello.
For now, though, it’s time for me to go. Love you, bees! Thanks for all the fun!
Mrs. Sparkler (and Sparks and River Dog)
Off into the married-life sunset”¦
- Wedding Date:
- September 2011
- Chicago Illuminating Company