Thursday: November 9, 2017 If a heart attack were ever to visit me during my 20s, this would have been that day. I woke up in our Washington D.C. Airbnb somewhere around 8am (6am Arizona time). Alex was exhausted and feeling a little under the weather after walking seven miles around in the cold the … More Honeymoon 2017: Part Two – Philadelphia
At some point during this trip, I thought vaguely about taking my laptop out to blog about each day of our honeymoon. I’d done that every day in London, after all. Then I laughed and thought, “Nah.” I decided to live out each moment of our honeymoon instead of worrying about writing each day. Besides, … More Honeymoon 2017: Part One – Washington, D.C.
Single digits. After nearly fifteen months of wedding planning… we’re down to single digits before the big day. We’re nine days away from The Wedding (note the capitals), and – while simultaneously answering emails, confirming vendors, sending out final deposits, preparing our honeymoon, finalizing signs, going over the final seating chart, sending off notes to … More The Final Countdown
I must have written and rewritten this blogpost a hundred times. The truth is, words defy this one. I’ve tried to find them for close to a month. What words could describe this whirlwind of emotion? Do I even want to find them? Are there some things in life that should remain a blur of bliss … More Nothing I’ve Ever Known
walked around our apartment complex at one in the morning driven to trail heads to sit in his car while hunting Pokemon asked me to download the app mourned the fact that our old apartment complex apparently had more Pokestops in it (whatever the hell those are) than our current one does left to get … More Things my boyfriend has done since downloading Pokemon Go
Warning: Corniness, cheesiness, and lots of pictures ahead Today marks five years since my boyfriend and I started dating, and I’m trying to figure out how it has been that long. It doesn’t feel like five years. Sometimes, it feels like five minutes. At other times, it feels like there wasn’t ever a formal beginning … More Five Years