hi. remember how I'm getting married in...what is it?...oh. three days? yeah I shouldn't exactly be blogging. I can think of a lot of things I should be doing, such as:
1-sorting through pictures and making enlargements to display at the reception
2-packing for the honeymoon
3-adding wade to my bank account
4-dropping off a few extra announcements that i STILL haven't managed to get to people
5-getting the oil in my car changed
6-measuring ribbon to tie on the oriental lanterns that are hanging at the reception
7-buying more frames
8-finishing the guest sign-in book
9-buying a video camera
10-giving my friends their bridesmaid dresses...only they are in new york and cali, so I don't know how that one will work...
I feel like there are a million other things to be doing, and i KNOW i will forget something because I'm just so clueless when it comes to the whole wedding planning thing. And I know this might seem like a surprise, but we really do have lives outside of wedding plans. :) Here's what we've been up to this last week:
Monday was Wade's birthday, so I made him dinner and set it up in the canyon. I blindfolded him and took him up and we ate and opened presents and watched a movie on a little mini-dvd player.
Mid-way through the week I found myself an emotional wreck. Blame the wedding, blame the birth control, blame whatever you want, but I needed a break. Cute little Whitney got my shift covered for me and planned a big group date. We all went out to eat at PF Chang's and then went up to Sundance for the full moon ski lift ride. It was so much fun!
On Friday morning, I had my bridal session with Higginson photography. I brought Wade along so the wedding day wouldn't be so stressful. He looked so cute all dressed up! You only get to see one picture though. You'll just have to come to the reception to see the rest. :)
Saturday was Wade's cousin Travis' wedding. Wade was a best man, so he got to wear a tux two days in a row!
Last night, I received my endowments at the Timpanogos Temple. It was an interesting experience and a lot to take in, but I'm looking forward to going back and learning more. I was so grateful to have my mom there right next to me the whole time and to have so much support from family. My Grandma Hardy and my Aunt Kareena and Aunt Marie all came, along with Wade's parents who drove all the way from Logan. I just feel so stinkin' loved!
Also...i was thinking that this is probably a bad week to go off diet coke.