This morning, waking up next to jer (I've been staying over there to give him Some sense of stability) I thought "Hot damn, I'm the luckiest girl in the world. I get to do this for the rest of my life"
And then I started a list of things that I'm super excited for, starting with thanksgiving. I get to take my new family to hang out with my parental family at my mom's best friends house. I can't wait to show them off, to introduce jer around to the family (amy's) who taught me how to bottle feed a calf and put me on a bull named "jumper" because I really wanted to ride one. I also want to go around to farms and bed and breakfasts that weekend and look for wedding locations, since the perfect one was 8,000 dollars and they didn't even bother to answer me back when I said that was way out of my price range. I'm thinking the springbrook hazelnut farm, or somethin like that.
I can't wait to get married, I'm so excited by the planning and the magazines that come and all that business. Life is simpler, actually, now that judy isn't telling me who I have to invite from their side. Jerith doesn't even know a quarter of the people she was trying to invite. She'd tried to invite something like 150 people on her side. Now I have my planning all back to myself, and you know what, it doesn't really matter if things dont go right, because I'll have the right man at the alter.
I'm so excited to work at northwest trek as well, it's going to count as credit for my major and I got a new advisor for my school work and she's actually going to help me put together a plan on how I'm going to graduate on time and everything.
I'm so excited for srping break, when I'm going to help gramma and grandpa clean out their attic, and I'll get to take what I want for my new house that I'm going to live in with jer and the gang
I'm just so excited. Even with all the crap that's going on, the future is so bright, so promising, that I can't look away.