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Tuesday, March 17, 2009


Yay for a minister!! That is a big check on the list of things to do!!

I totally can not watch a movie or television show without peppering someone with questions. My husband...does not like this. I have a particularly difficult time with action sequences because I get so overwhelmed and bored (at the same time!) with the gun fights/chase scenes/aerial kicking, badly choreographed fight scenes that I lose focus and start thinking about what I'm going to make for dinner for the rest of the week.

Anyway, I've learned to compile my questions as we watch and ask at the end. Occasionally this means I then have to watch something AGAIN to truly understand it, but at least my husband hasn't dumped popcorn on my head.

Most of the time.

Yay for finding an officiant, boo for it not being me! What did I spend those 4.5 seconds on the internet getting ordained for then, OPH?!

Kidding. I'm sure it will all work out in the end, although I am sure your officiant is not planning on ending the ceremony with a karaoke version of Baby Got Back like I was.

I can really relate to how you feel when Joel's away. Tim's company takes them on a 4-5 day long trip to somewhere warm every January... and the first year I was a total wreck. But it's been 3 years (?) I think?? And this year I was pretty okay.

They leave Sunday and come back Thursday or Friday... usually by Friday I am ready for him to just be home already. Going to sleep alone stinks!

Woohoo for having a minister!

I get that way about some tv shows and movies, too. Then I feel really dumb 'cause like, shoudn't I get it?

Yay for choosing a minister! Are you using The Knot's checklist?? You better be!! I would be pretty disappointed if we weren't...

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