Tuesday, December 23, 2008

I Say A Little Prayer For You

Every day I wish it was already the next day. Because that day would be one day closer to my wedding and the planning would stop. I would have already done what I needed to do or I wouldn't have done what I needed to do, but it would be too late to do it.

Instead, I am just slogging through Operation T-H (Tortoise-Hare, in case you couldn't be bothered to read the post just a mere 5 inches below) in the freezing cold of Baltimore. The wind is so bitter that it cuts through my sneakers and my feet get numb just walking over to the gym. That's just ridiculous. It's no way to live. I am thinking seriously about dumping Mr F and starting Operation C-A, which involves me getting my ass on the first plane back to California and finding some hot surfer who has a lovely beach shack I can live in and eat fish tacos all day with. (Admittedly, I totally should not have watched "Flirting with Forty" during this time off work. Twice. But if you haven't seen it yet - pure Lifetime gold. Heather Locklear gets dumped by husband and meets surfer in Hawaii. Think "How Stella Got Her Groove Back" but with less groove and more white people. And no Taye Diggs. *sigh*)

What I mean to say is, "I love you Mr F." Can't wait to see you at the altar.


Amber Miner said...

Your blog makes me feel better about myself, because

I. hate. planning. my. wedding.

And everyone else seems to think I should love it. *SIGH*

Anonymous said...

Oh my gosh, I'm so glad to hear this. I have been typing phrases into Google like "i don't want bridesmaids" and "i hate planning my wedding" and was so happy when your blog popped up! I am just starting to go through your posts, but it's a relief to me to know that someone else found this miserable despite being so excited about her future husband! Even my friends who've had very elaborate, stressful weddings look at me like I'm crazy when I say I'm not going to decorate the church or have cake or have bridesmaids. Even when trying to have a simple wedding, it's all too much. Yet SO many people do it and have beautiful weddings... I don't understand where they get the money or motivation. I'm an educated, normal, happy girl, but wedding planning is worse than my graduate level statistics class. I would rather study than plan! I needed to vent, thank you for providing a forum!