WHOO WHOO! Imagine me raising the roof while saying that, because that is how I feel. It's all very exciting, as Blake and I would say.
I have a number of ideas for posts, each of which would take thirty to sixty minutes to whip out and make presentable with funny bits and no misspellings. I do not have such time lying around, though finishing with the 500+ almond tartlets does help. Of course, now that I'm done with those, I have some pinwheels to cut and assemble (with help). And so it goes.
With Rob here, fully intending to help, I have actually lost a little of my momentum, since I just want to be where he is, sitting quietly and reading or cuddling or doing, er, something that we can't do yet. But we got RBedford Productions licensed to operate in Bozeman today. We're getting our marriage license today. We're getting our shot list to the photographer today. We've sampled the rehearsal dinner pulled pork and decided it is worthy of our familys' high standards. We've set up the enormous flatscreen (anyone need a nice big regular old television?), Wii, and Blu-Ray. We're unpacking clothing into the closet and armoire, and I'm trying to be sacrificial in giving up certain clothing items or shoes I don't wear often enough to warrant the space. We're planning a menu for the next two weeks that I'm about to go shopping for, and we're making sure that each of us has a tanning package so that we can look like something other than the pasty white Montanan folks we are.
See? I'm working very hard, momentum notwithstanding. And I will try to be better about posting, because otherwise the little moments that I use this blog to remember will pass me by, and I will forget them forever... And I've got some great ones:
- More "that's what he said," because the kid doesn't stop talking, and it never stops being funny.
- My church shower, which including an acrostic of "Addie's Bliss," lots of amazing women, some tears, and some lovely, lovely things said to and about me.
- Things I've learned the hard way (still compiling this list).
- Rob being in Bozeman for good.
- The friends who have made the wedding possible and kept me sane and how they have done so. It's kind of a public thank-you, but don't worry, Mom. I'll still write them notes!
- Thoughts on being married again.