12 weeks, 6 hours, about 38 minutes until

mick and i will officially be husband and wife for time and all eternity! i cannot wait!

i got to go to my best friend hannah's dress fitting yesterday. it was so awesome! hannah and i have know each other since we were little girls! we've been best friends forever! we used to play barbies under my parents piano and pretend we were getting married at the same time and going to each others weddings. as we grew older and grew out of barbie playing we would still make plans to marry brothers so we could be sisters and then we would get married at the same time. but we got even older and realized how that was kind of a silly and unrealistic dream/plan. now we're both in our 22nd year of life and planning our weddings together. guess what. we're getting married 6 days apart from each other! isn't that awesome?!!!

my mom and dad got me my temple dress for my birthday. it was the one i found that i loved. i was just going to make to save some money but they decided they really wanted to buy it for me. i am so lucky to have such wonderful and loving parents! i can't wait to see my temple dress! it is so so so pretty!

sometimes, i get a little weirded out. not weirded out but shocked almost that this is where i'm at. i'm getting married. i remember all those silly tears i cried over guys. i had huge heartbreaks and some of which led to a lot of distrust in guys. poor mick. by the time he came a long i had just made up my mind to ditch the whole guy thing for a while and enjoy my freedom from being single. he was very persistent though. i'm very glad he was.

"The most important single thing that any Latter-day Saint ever does in this world is to marry the right person, in the right place, by the right authority"
Bruce R. McConkie

1 comment:

  1. What a beautiful quote! And you will be able to wear your temple dress over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and (deep breath in) over and over and over and over. . .