Sunday, June 10, 2012

The Final Countdown

According to there are only 13 days until Sam and I are getting married. I may or may not be using our online registry list as a countdown to the wedding. It feels like an eternity away and yet there is so much to do I feel like I am running out of time. Being engaged is strange. I don't like it. I would much rather be married.

In great news, Sam and I have an apartment now! We get to move into it in 5 days! That means I have 5 days to sort through all of my things and get rid of all my junk. That is the kind of thing that makes me think I am running out of time.

This past weekend my best friend Torrie threw me a shower and I loved it! It was so good to see all my old friends in one place. Most of us really never hang out or even see each other anymore because we have all gone our separate ways in life. But I love that we can all get together and talk and laugh just like before. It was really fun. So thanks to Torrie, Petrice, and Torrie's mom for putting that together.

Well there are less than two weeks until the big day. I can't wait for it to just come and happen so I can move on with the rest of my life with Sam. The invitations are out, the dress is ready, the decorations are planned, everything is coming along and now I just have to do the last finishing touches and wait just a little bit longer.


Eliza said...

We got your wedding annoucenment in the mail last weekend and you and Sam are now happily hanging out on our fridge. Every time I am in the kitchen I look at it and smile.

You are getting soooo close, it is so exciting! And I agree--I did not enjoy being engaged. It is MUCH better to be married.

Torrie said...

I'm so, so excited! I just can't wait until next weekend :)

Rachel said...

It's true, being married is way better than being engaged. I'm way excited for you though, and you are so close!

Petrice and Caleb Rose said...

HAHA! "being engaged is strange. I don't like it. I would rather be married." Such truth! I know I felt a very real weight being lifted from my shoulders as I was married. I never realized how stressful dating was... marriage is great.