Thursday, December 07, 2006

In 16 Days I Will Be A Married Woman...

Why does that give me butterflies in my stomach? I'm sure that all this wedding stuff if getting a little monotonous, but really, there's been no knitting. Only wedding stuff.

My Mom and I went out shopping last weekend and found flowers, a cake, and a strapless bra. Woohoo! I'm so glad to have found a strapless bra. We also found a marriage commissioner. We met with her on Monday, and she is an exceptionally nice lady. We both feel really good about her marrying us.

More good news---The jewellery store called to say that Stu's ring will be in next week, so we'll definitely have it for the wedding.

I have something strange that's been sitting in the back of my mind. When I put my wedding dress on, I feel like I'm wearing a Halloween costume, and it makes me really uncomfortable. Is this normal? I mean, it fits great and looks great, but it just doesn't "feel" right. Do you know what I mean? I think I just feel a bit silly in it. Ya know, women today just don't get a chance to become accustomed to ball gowns.

5 comments:

keri said...

Whew, it's going by fast! =)

Good luck with the wedding, you deserve the best.

Rachel said...

I think it's perfectly normal to be nervous before a wedding. Even if you've known the man you are going to marry for a long time, it's still a big step. But it's a good step!

I wish you and your husband-to-be the best of luck and a lifetime of happiness!

JessaLu said...

You're almost there! :o)

Nerves are understandable and I bet on your wedding day your dress will feel 'just right' ;o)

Kat with a K said...

Glad the preparations are going well! Good luck!

Lorena said...

Nervousness is natural! People always ask, too, if you're nervous, and I would always try to explain that I wasn't nervouse about marrying him, I was nervous about things like tripping while walking, and did I look like a clown, and hopefully there wouldn't be a white trash fight wherin someone takes a header into the cake. It's a big day, even when you're planning a small one, and you can't control what's going to make you feel weird and what's going to feel totally natural. Just go with it, and enjoy! It'll all be perfect in the end. And try to find some time to knit between now and then! ;-)