That's right--after five years of being together, and four years of being engaged, Hubby and I are just going for it. Hubby wanted a ceremony. I wanted absolutely nothing because I'm anti-social and I hate everyone, but mostly Hubby's family. We sort of compromised....and by compromised, I mean I WON.
We're going to do the whole court room yada yada, sign here, and follow with a small "party". Dudes, if I could just mail something in and not tell anyone, I would. Is that possible? Do you even have to go to a government building? Someone look into that.
But my travel questions for you guys is: Where do we go afterwards? I was all, "Yay, let's finally go to California where ninety percent of my family lives!" But that's not going to happen for various reasons. Whatevs.
There are very few parameters. It's going to happen in early to mid March so we want to go somewhere where the weather isn't going to be too awful around that time. (I was also all, "Yay, let's go to Maine! I've never been there before!" and Hubby was all, "Bad idea.") Hubby was thinking North Carolina, South Carolina, or Georgia, or spreading out over a couple of states/areas. At that point, I was already exhausted by how much effort this was requiring and stopped participating. Hmm. Maybe I vote for another four years before we pretend we're going to do this for real again.
So anyway, who has some suggestions? Any towns down south to visit? Any place not to visit?
|because it's snowing its balls off this morning, here's a throw back |
of darcy and baby pig dog in their first snow ever.