no big deal.
i’m not sure why people thinking planning a wedding is such a big deal.
it’s 6 months away…plenty of time.
less than 6 months now…and 10 states, 2 time zones away.
so, on some days, it’s not a big deal.
on others, it is quite the opposite.
it’s not as if the planning is all that hard–or the hardest–but the most difficult is being so far away from my family with whom i want to share every moment, every detail, every plan, every question, every question seeking an answer.
so the most difficult part is definitely the distance that separates myself and those i love the most.
despite the distance, the plans seem to be falling into place.
the date: set.
save the dates: done.
picking out invitations: flipping through endless pages, looking at countless sites online…now waiting for pricing, that is, until i see another i might possibly like.
list: made, various stickies on my desktop.
photographer: one down, another pending. double booked to unhooked. as it turned out, this dilemma simply provided an opportunity for me to take a look to see what else was available…and this is what i found.
dress: a constant (and some days a rather emotional one) work in progress. after two failed attempts (of course i was double booked for the second day in a row) to try on what i thought to be the perfect dress, i have decided to look elsewhere…although i am not exactly sure where else to look. this task seems so daunting that i think i will put it off just a little longer. but the guys are handled.
florist, musician: handled by my entourage in montgomery.
caterer, wedding coordinator, guest list, and all the other minor details:
in the works…