Getting in a groove

So I’ve been married for some time now and Kyle have finally been able to spend a couple weeks just living life normally. It took a while to get to this point because a week after we returned from our honeymoon, my entire family came to visit and spend Thanksgiving with us. Also they came for the WA wedding reception, for all the WA friends and family who couldn’t make it to the wedding.

I’m especially excited to report that we finally got our Super Max Rubbermaid shed put together in the backyard so we can fill it with all the cra…I mean, stuff, that we don’t want in our little house. I can’t wait to put up a Christmas tree, now that we have room. And I got an email from my mom saying that she and my dad are sending us some ornaments to get us started and my dad is sending me part of the family train set…which my mom mentioned would be a chunk of my inheritence. haha. I can’t wait to get that set up. Izabelle and Ricochet are going to go crazy!!!

Just sitting here and thinking about all that has happened since Oct. I can’t help but be overwhelmed with thankfulness. The wedding so beautiful and couldn’t have gone more smoothly.
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Besides getting married to a man that I love so much I can’t put it into words, there was something else about my wedding day that made it more than I expected. I can’t remember a day in which I felt so much love from friends and family. I wish I could explain it better, but it is something I expect every bride feels on her big day. It’s just surprising because it’s one of the best parts of the entire wedding and in all the articles and books, etc. that I read…I didn’t see this part mentioned anywhere!

Unfortunately, that aspect of the wedding is also what has made thank you notes so hard to write. I’ve had to save all the hard ones for last, but I’m realizing that my ‘hard ones’ pile seems to be growing.

So now that things are getting settled, I’m anxious to get back to some of my favorite things, like my writer’s group (which I’m excited to welcome some new local members!), painting, and drawing. I’ve also taken up some new hobbies. I used one our gift cards to Target to get a beginers Pilates kit. So much fun! Although I will admit in the begining I just felt out of shape…but it’s getting better!

I’m also back to work. Not a week passed when I got back before I got calls from clients. So I dove right back in. I love the project I’m working on currently. So fascinating! More on this later though. I should get back to work!

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One Response to “Getting in a groove”

  1. Aww this was awesome to hear. I love you. Glad everything is going so well!

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