y’all pray for me. we are going to try and go for most of today without gamecube. we have packed the day with outdoor activities, homework, cleaning, and stuff that, sometimes, you have to do. yes, there IS a gamecube right there.. but guess what? that doesn’t mean that you GET to play it.
last night was fun. i actually left the scrapbook materials in my car because if i brought it in, i’d open my online checking account and try and rationalize buying a corner rounder. clearly, i cannot do this for two reasons: i have a wedding to be saving for.. and elaine is having a candle party later in the month that also requires my money.
i came home to a very sleepy man last night. there was a smoldering log in the fireplace, a sleepy man in bed, and a very happy pair of arms waiting on me.
then we talked for another hour.
and that was pretty much my night last night.
oh, and after all of the wine and saucy conversation at scrapbooking (y’all didn’t know we could make scrapbooking racy, did you?), we took an extended trip to decatur.
no peanut m&ms, though. just decatur.
next on the wedding front is the invitations. we received a GINORMOUS book of invitations in the mail, but they were all very… not… us. at all. one of ‘em had freaking cowboys and horses on them. not at all. no thanks. so we’re gonna have to focus on finding something that IS us.
costco is going to be a huge friend in wedding planning, i think.
so i have a question for the ladies out there (and the men, too, i suppose.. if you have an opinion): how much of your wedding had you actually planned before you got engaged? did you have a very specific idea of what you wanted the wedding to be? did you actually pick out random things with no conceivable notion that you would EVER snare a man?
i only ask because i hadn’t done any of this. which kinda makes it way more fun.