- one day

it's over.
i am SO tired but SO HAPPY.
Thank you everyone.


4 days!!

got the marriage licence.
i'm so excited!
i don't need to buy anyting else!
got the last little bit sunday.

i need to fix my dress and hem jasons pants, both by hand. gah!

i'm also worried people won't bring food!


1 week 6 days

i got a whole bunch of stuff today with my mom. now we are down to drinks, fabric, a pen for the guest book, flower tape, ribbon and thats it!!!!!

tomorrow is hair with erika.

then bachelorette on wednesday

then clean the hose on the weekend so we have a new clean hose for our new life.

the wednesday after that is my mani and pedi.

then i better have everything done!!!


2 weeks, one day!!!!!!!

my dress is done.
sunday is vallue village/good will hunting for white table cloths and vases...a coffee maker too? oh, and silver trays.
the guest list is down to 60. my stupid grove family is stupid and 2, maybe 3 families arn't coming. reasons for 2 of them are blamed on "long weekend fun" fuck that...
eeeerrrrm. bought strawberrys to freeze for sangria.
going to get my hair done on monday at nate and erikas. jason too!!



ok, one month. lots of little things to do.
my dads side of the family is retarded. but thats ok...i don't realy care anymore.
i hope people like their guest favours. i spent a whole lot of time on them.
still am!

meh...not much to talk about. just getting things done.


46 days!

i have to get my birth cet. so i can get my marriage licence! if i do it online, guarentee 15 days...off line...6-8 weekd. thats such bull shit. i can fasttrack it, and send my invite along...but i will ask my mom for her cradit card info so i can do it on line.

what else...

i'm really hoping dan is practicing the songs!

i should write a list of things we still have to do.

my dress is not done. she should call next week for a fitting.

i still need 20 tea cups. and i still need to write on them.



one month 3 weeks and 5 days

inquiring minds want to know...

a smudging is:
(i got this from the internet)

Smudging is the burning of certain herbs to create a cleansing smoke bath, which is used to purify people, ceremonial and ritual space, and ceremonial tools and objects.There are different ceremonies and rituals that can be done.

The burning of herbs or incense is a practice held sacred by many indigenous cultures. It is a ritual for cleansing, purifying and protecting the physical and spiritual bodies. The effect of the smoke is to banish negative energies.

Many differing cultures and peoples have their own methods and herbal mixtures for this purpose. Smudging, done correctly, can bring physical, spiritual and emotional balance.

The term Smudging originated in the Native American culture. Native American Indians use a variety of smudging mixtures. In olden times, the end of the smudge stick or braid was lit from the central or cooking fire.

Not everyone views the practice of smudging in the same way and different herbs may be used for different purposes.