• Family,  Uncategorized

    Learning curve

    Getting married and moving to Chicago came with many adventures and obstacles, one of which is getting ready in the morning. The first couple of weeks Daniel and I were preparing to walk to school, various “mistakes” were made (mistakes is a very strong word, so it should be taken lightly). Either a lunch was packed and not grabbed because we thought the other grabbed it, ID’s were left when they were assumed to be picked up, teeth not brushed, etcp. Honestly, it was all quite amusing. I realized this morning, as I was packing lunch, scrambling eggs, frying bacon, putting away dishes, setting out dishes, grinding coffee, making coffee,…

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    wedding thoughts

    Almost three weeks ago, my husband and I wereĀ married. In my short time to reflect on that day, here are some of my thoughts: 1. When people say, “It will fly,” they mean it. Before you know it, you are leaving the reception. There are multiple people you wish you could have spoken with longer. You are simultaneously exhausted and energized because of the adrenaline of the whole thing. 2. At the end of the day, what matters is that you got married. Everything else is just to celebrate that. I had a couple of really close friends and family members share this with me (more than once) and I…