I have a habit of overcooking my tea, not on purpose. I pour the hot water, and let the bag sit, and think, “I’ll be back in a few minutes.” And off I go on my computer and before you know it, I have no idea how many minutes it has been. Story of my life, ever since a desktop computer was brought into my household as a kid. Hubby and I have decided we don’t want screens in the bedroom. And so if we ever have children and they get my affinity for technology, I guess they will hate us. 🙂
On another note, Jcrew has shut down its bridal line. This is old news, but I hadn’t written about it or read about it, but today I skimmed an article by happenstance. I’d like to thank Jcrew for supposedly inspiring the casual wedding with its attire so I could feel like myself on my wedding day. 😛 How do you write so the “:p” emoticon comes through? Sometimes I like to say annoying things, just to be annoying, but I don’t want people to actually think I’m anything more than half-serious about the annoying things….. Err. Or am I? Off-topic, but I originally created this blog with hopes that I would stick to the rules of English grammar and punctuation, which I hardly do in any of my blogs, but as you can see, I veered off that path … I like emoticons, ill-placed ellipses, and non-words too much.
Back on topic. Every once in awhile in the past two years, I have seen beautiful wedding dresses and said to my hubby, “Can we get married again?” Sometimes, I wish I could have a second wedding where I would actually dress up like a princess, but in the end I’m happy we did things the way we did. Dressed up as a princess, I probably would have walked around feeling glamorous, self-conscious, or like a fraud, or like all of the above. We’ll never know. Luckily, Pinterest has finally let me give it the hint that I am no longer planning for a wedding. Hooray!