I am a lover of perpetual change.
Why else would my longest time at any one job be one year?
Or why did I decide to move to the city, go to grad school and get engaged within a month?
Or why did I begin a new job and plan to move yet again within two months of getting married?!
Variety is the spice of life.
And I, my friends, am anything but bland.
I think I have this underlying fear of complacency and monotony.
And I think it's why I've always been so terrified by the thought of marriage.
ONE person for the rest of my life?
Putting down roots?
But that's a whole other can of worms.
The moral of this story is I have officially gone into Operation Bridal Mode
And will likely be stressed to the max for the next few weeks.
But I've made my peace with it.
I think there's a weird part of me that functions really well under pressure.
I always waited until the last possible minute in college to start writing my papers
...and you know what?
I rocked them all.
Without stress, I think I'd be really bored.
Needless to say, there is quite a bit separating me from boredom until September 2nd!
♥ Finding and buying the groom and groomsmen's attire ♥
♥ Buying our wedding rings ♥
♥ Finishing my flower girls' tutus ♥
♥ Making final payments to our photographer and Pastor ♥
♥ Getting Chuck's passport and our marriage license ♥
But with all that is left to do,
I've also managed to get lots accomplished the past couple days,
♥ Making my Daddy's hotel reservation ♥
♥ Sending out my bridal shower Thank You cards ♥
♥ Picking out a cupcake stand with my Mommy ♥
♥ Picking out the fabric to cover up our ceremony straw bales ♥
♥ Buying everything for my bridesmaid's gifts ♥
♥ Buying my wedding earrings ♥
In 47 days,
I'm going to be united in holy matrimony with my best friend and the sweetest boy you ever did know.
Life is good.
Bring it on wedding gods.
I got this.