The heat is finally breaking a bit, I think, and by breaking I mean it's only supposed to be like 90 today so I brought my parka to work with me. I hope it cools down just a teeny bit more before Saturday because we're going to a wedding and I doubt the bride and groom want to melt because I sure don't want to melt, so how about you turn the heat down a little, Mother Nature? Thank you in advance.
Wedding season, it would seem, is upon us, beginning this weekend and culminating with Kat's non-wedding in October. I think our wedding is in there somewhere but who can remember these things. I keep having these moments where I momentarily freak out and think I should be doing something wedding-related, which, I don't know, maybe I should, but then I think about what's left to do and there's not a lot. The only truly necessary thing left to do is print and send the invitations, everything else is just an idea at this point and if those ideas stay in my head, well, that's just fine.
It's strange how the wedding plans keep changing. We were initially going to get married in this cute little park, but because I'd, you know, kind of like my grandma to be in attendance, we had to scrap those plans and get married inside instead. Which is fine. Now we're getting married in the same church my parents got married in, which is the same church my grandparents got married in, and as cynical as I am, even I have to admit that's pretty cool.
Another plan was to invite only immediate family to the ceremony, and everyone else to the reception. This turned out to be more difficult than anticipated when we realized that we like a lot of people who don't happen to TECHNICALLY be immediate family, so last night we were all, "fuck it, let's invite everyone to everything." And then we ate teriyaki turkey burgers.
Who knows what else will change before September? I can't say I even care anymore, because at the end of the day, Joe and I will be married and I'm pretty sure that's the point of the day. I could be wrong, though, I've never gotten married before.