I can’t believe that it has really been six months since I got all dressed up and walked down the aisle to my very soon to be husband, and said “I do.”
In some ways it feels like yesterday, and in others, a life time; but no matter how far away it feels I know one thing for certain. I wouldn’t trade a single day of it for anything.
This is not to say that we don’t have bad days, because like any other couple we have them. The good ones just over shine them.
For our sixth month anniversary we ate at the new Panda Express, and talked for an hour before he had to go to work. It was perfect.
Todays fun fact with Nat:
Sometimes marriage means giving up the last two chocolate covered donuts, (you were saving for later), because you forgot to go to the store and by more waffles.
Moral of the story, don’t forget to get breakfast foods for a man that is working on the night shift.
(Photo credits to Havi Frost Photography)
As much as I hated to, I had to cancel our bride and groom session again. Not because of work but because of the weather. A high of 42, with wind!? No way am I getting my butt out side in a strapless dress to take pictures for two hours. Once again, there is a bright side to rescheduling.
When I rescheduled the first time, I didn’t think to look at the rest of the week. Turns out it is the day after he gets off his four nights. We worked around it though. Mom would drive us up there, drop us off, go shopping, then get us and take us home. Everything would work out. Mom could lace up my dress, and Jacob could sleep on the way there and back.
Then today I checked the weather. A high of 42, a low of 28 with wind out of the North. I was miserable for the twenty minuets we were taking pictures out side during the wedding. I can’t imagine being out side for two hours in it. Luckily I was able to cancel my hair appointment and all. I feel really bad for canceling on Havi and my hair lady twice. We decided to post pone rescheduling it for a while.
As a way to apologize for boring you with another post, here is a photo of a Sheepadoodle, they are so adorable!
I found it on Pinterest, without a link.
Since Jacob and I got married last month, we have had a bride and groom session booked. I have been looking forward to it ever since. I was so excited for the chance to get back n my dress, and have more pictures of Jacob and I. Unfortunately they called Jacob in for over time yesterday. After we rented a tux. Thankfully they let him off early. Which I didn’t find out till after I canceled my hair appointment. By the time he got home, got the tux, and left the house, we were already running twenty minuets behind. When I got in the car, and half way to Dallas, I realized that I left my eye shadow at home, well worked that out with make shift eye shadow. Then I realized I forgot my lipstick. Then we got thirty minuets out, it had taken longer than planned, and I had forgotten about the time it takes to put on my dress. At this point I decided to text Havi, (our photographer). She was great about it, and agreed that we should reschedule, so we moved it to next Monday. We were already in Dallas, so we decided to make the best of it.
We went to North Park, and just my luck that I would be wearing scrub pants, and left with only a pair of heels, and Jacob was in slacks a t-shirt. We looked ridiculous. I did take pictures, but I will not share them.
we bummed around, and we bought something a little more appropriate for dinner. We went to Hobby Lobby, and I picked up the stuff to make a project I am working on for our house. Then we ate dinner at The Melting Pot, it was so good. I loved it, and Jacob has been dieing to go there. It was romantic, and we can’t wait to take our pictures next week. It was a long day yesterday,but it ended up being wonderful.
I expected this post to be a lot longer, but I am tired of repeating the story, and it is not as funny in a blog post than it is in person.