Kim is here this week checking in with us and giving us a catch up. Kim has had some ups and downs which i will leave to her to chat with you about. Thank you Kim, sending love XOXO Lou
Image by Georgi Mabee
It’s been a real rollercoaster since I last blogged about my wedding. The highs have been sky high, and the lows have been more than difficult to cope with. May saw my Hen-Do (early, yes, but that’s how it panned out with getting everyone together) we went for a weekend in Cambridge that involved punting, afternoon tea, Pimms in the park (with obligatory penis straws) and rounded off with a trip to the theatre to see the Rocky Horror Picture Show. Highly recommended, I must say.
Unfortunately, upon my return home, the news wasn’t so great. My Grandad had taken a turn for the worst and a couple of days later he passed away. Obviously, this is never something that is easy to deal with, but when planning a wedding everything was heightened; emotions, stress and tears. Now I am more able to come to terms with the fact he won’t be there on the day, but I’m hoping he will be there in spirit, and we can certainly raise a glass or two in his name!
Now we are under the 7 week mark til the big day. We have begun making final preparations and getting things organised. We have been attending Marriage Prep classes for the past 2 weeks, which have actually been really interesting. We were both sceptical, but the lure of a few free dinners drew us in. It’s encouraged us to talk about things that are usually only brought up in the fiery aggression of an argument. I would really recommend these classes to my fellow brides, they have given us a good talking point, both in the sessions and when we get home. We also went to Church this weekend to hear our Banns read. As non-religious people it was a new experience for us, but we wanted to show our faces as it seemed like ‘the right thing to do’.
I’m now eagerly awaiting my RSVPs, why do people take so long to return them? It really is a mystery to me!