Hive, I have been done with teaching for just over a month, and I kid you not—I don’t think I’ve stopped doing something for the wedding since that time. I mean, yes—I’ve had some plans to get together with friends & family here and there, or had appointments—but seriously, I HAVE NOT STOPPED crafting, ordering things online, going to Michaels (I might as well own the company by now), following up with vendors, and making lists. I get up at about 6:30 or 7:00 every morning, even though I could sleep in, and start working, because my brain is buzzing with a million things. (I finally took some NyQuil last night to help me sleep, and I got nine hours! It was glorious!!) There has not been a single day where I just sat on the couch and watched a movie or read a book. Not a single one. I know that brides get really busy leading up to the wedding—but I had no idea that this is what it would be like. I don’t even have a JOB!! How does anyone do it when you’re working full-time?? I know it was my choice to take on a lot of these projects (they of course aren’t essential), and I know many brides choose to, but I really don’t know how anyone does it when they have anything else they need to be doing in the month leading up to their wedding. I cannot believe there’s this much to do.
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