The last week of our lives has been an all out what-were-we-thinking kinda week. We went from Boston to Clearwater, Clearwater to Gainesville, Gainesville to Clearwater, Clearwater to Atlanta, and as I write this we’re on our way from Atlanta to Lavonia, Georgia to see Mike’s grandparents in a 26-foot Penske truck [think about how huge that is] on our way to Boston. [Yes, I start my day job on Friday morning! Crazy!].
Part of that craziness was due to our best friends’, Kelsey and Kevin’s wedding. From Friday afternoon to Sunday night, we packed in a Scavenger Hunt, Rehearsal, Rehearsal Lunch, Bachelorette Party, and a Wedding – and trust me, that was no easy feat. But it was awesome.
It was awesome to see two people we love so dearly find True Love, and along the way find one another. It was awesome to work with our Uncle Warren, who was the main photographer, and share a passion together. It was awesome to see people we haven’t seen in ages. To create new inside jokes. See random Power Rangers in downtown Gainesville. To drive my friend to her wedding, and tell her she was the most beautiful Bride I’d ever seen.
There was sweat. There were tears. And there were more tears – after I got the chance to let reality sink in. That my dearest friends are not only married, but that we can all do life together again – in Boston. My heart is so happy to enter this coming season of our lives, and so full of love for this couple. Kelsey and Kevin, you deserve only the best that life has to offer, I’m so proud and honored to be your friend, Matron of Honor, Second Shooter, and Photo Booth Operator.
I love you Boo Boos.