Monday, August 25, 2008

rules of engagement #6

if you think that staying busy during your engagement will relieve the stress of getting married: you're sadly mistaken.  for example, this past week, i traveled to my favorite city in the US, New York.  the Big Apple.  sure, work took up every minute of my time there, running here, doing that, eating this, and driving there.  but somehow, in the midst of all of that, i still found time to worry about everything that has to be completed before we get married. 

so even if you think you have no time to worry, the truth is: somewhere in that mysterious subconscious of yours, you will make the time.  so just to warn you, don't be surprised that the stress never really goes away until the wedding day. (however, even though after the wedding day the stress of getting married will be over, another something to stress about will most assuredly pop up.)

1 comment:

Rob and Kjerstin said...

There is never a dull moment when you're married. However, if you ever find time to have a dull moment that is truly... well dull, then you are most certainly doing something wrong. At that point, I recommmend kids, or a puppy. We don't have kids yet, but we do have two puppies and they are always there to make things interesting when we find ourselves even remotely close to what some call, "a dull moment."

I would recommend something else to do if a dull moment ever comes into view, but after all, I haven't officially met Naomi and not quite sure how appropriate that would be if I were to post it for all to see... I'm sure you can guess by now what I'm refering to ;)

If you are finding yourselves with "dull moments" then my second piece of advise is not being done correctly... hahahaha

K, I'm officially having way too much fun with this and need to stop!!

hahaha Love you!!

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