September 26, 2012

Life Lately

If this diagram of what Americans do on an average work day happend to be an accurate reflection of my life lately, a 'wedding planning' bubble would surely replace "working & commuting". On some days it really does feel like a job of its own; I should be paid for this madness! I hasten to mention that I'm having a super small, private wedding; though what I've come to realize is that even I am not immune to the terrors that can afflict a person who embarks on any nuptial planning whatsoever. I can't imagine what headaches and hiccups the average bride actually encounters planning a typical American wedding. Egads.

{Image via NPR}


Ameena said...

Planning a wedding is a full-time job. The best thing I ever did was give the task to my mom and MIL who were thrilled to do it!

I'm sure yours will be perfect!

Denise | Chez Danisse said...

Oh yes. I understand. We only had about 20 close friends and family attend our tiny wedding, yet the planning turned me into, well, I'm not even sure who. A much crazier version of me, that's for sure. I fired our florist the week of our wedding. Yes, it is true. And oh the agony of deciding the perfect moment to schedule my pre-wedding pedicure. Don't worry, you'll laugh later.