I paid too much money for a silly book for tracking workouts. Surprise surprise, I’m not exercising any more frequently because of it. it’s really hard to stick to a schedule by myself.
My friends in Alberta are not athletes, and while we have awesome playdates and barbeques, it’s just me and a Chariot full of kids on the trails. And that’s kind of lonely.
There will be vows.
That’s about the only detail we have firmed up at this point because there are a number of variables we have to pin down before we make any deposits.
Things like location. I don’t mean a venue, I mean honest-to-God location. Will we be living in Alberta or Newfoundland? Where in Alberta? Will we have bought a new house? Because that will significantly inform the rest of the wedding, largely budget-wise. I don’t know about you, but I’d really rather take put a chunk of change on a down payment than rent a social hall and chair covers. And if we DO buy a house, will it have a yard nice enough to throw a party? Can a buy a dress from Sears? (Of course I can!) How will we serve the ice cream cake? (Long before Travis ever proposed, we agreed on having an ice cream wedding cake.)
I guess that makes two decided details. Vows and ice cream cake. Sounds like a wedding to me!
Oh, do you want to see my ring? Of course you do!
Engaged to be married
That’s a cherry wood ring with a Labradorite stone inlay. Labradorite is a mineral found in Labrador and Madagascar that catches brilliant blues and greens in the light. I love cherry wood and I wear Labradorite earrings almost every day, so it was a perfect choice. Travis sure knows how to pick them. Obviously.