So I had an epiphany the other day. Mom and I had some issues about the wedding and we weren't talking very clearly. I was pretty upset when we were done talking. Somers wandered in my room and asked if I was okay. I told her that mom and I had fought about the wedding. Then I just spilled everything. I told her how I was sick of planning the wedding, I was sick of social pressures to have a super nice reception, really nice announcements and the best photographer around. I really don't care that much about my receptions and the stupid announcements. All I care about is getting married to the love of my life and sealed for time and all eternity. After that, pictures are important, just because I want something that captures that time. She helped me to see that the social pressures are crap, that I need to do what will make me happy, and for me, that means simple, nice, and not expensive. So there you have it, a nice, simple, inexpensive wedding coming right up!
So yesterday was one of the best days ever!! I was just super happy all day. Yesterday morning Alan took me to play hockey like he does almost every Tuesday. Yesterday was special, as he decided that I was ready to suit up completely. So I decked myself out in all my hockey glory! It was awesome!!!! I really wish I had pictures to post, but I don't have any, pooh! So after hockey, it was just a nice relaxing day. The roomies and I had a lot of fun, just being completely ridiculous (oh and Alan Miller was there also). Lots of fun times! Then Alan, the roomies and I went to our stake's production of From Cumorah's Hill. I felt the Spirit super strong. It was so wonderful! They did a wonderful job.
We hung out at home after that. We put in the movie "Kate and Leopold" and had a good time watching that. I really was missing Alan by that time and so when he showed up at 10 I was so happy! I love him so much. He then asked if I wanted to go to a movie, I said yes and off we went. Valkrye was an awesome movie, I would suggest it to anyone; very, very cool!
Tonight, in about two hours, Alan and I will head over to the hockey rink for his game that starts at 10:30. Right now I'm just sitting here, waiting for him to come home . . . .