In case you didn't notice - it says, 100 Days until your wedding. That's 2400 hours. Or 14.29 weeks. Woohoo!
And while that sounds like a lot of time, it's going to fly by - I just know it!
Last night I came home and was exhausted. It's mostly from overthinking the wedding and how it's all going to work out. The to-do list is a mile long and I live in fear that I'll forget something or overlook a very important detail. It's overwhleming and it should be enjoyable, right?
So tonight I'm going to Bible study, and then going home and deleting about four shows on my DVR. I'm going to refocus on the important things in my life: Jesus, Josh, friends and family and getting to work on time. :-) The wedding is NOT the most important thing in my life. And while it marks the beginning of my covenant relationship with my future husband (something I've been waiting for for a long time), it does not matter whether we have balloons or paper lanterns, whether the confetti goes with the theme or not, or whether I have an aisle runner. It matters than we show up and make a lifetime commitment, that our friends and family are there to enjoy the day with us and that God is honored. The details don't matter - and no one else will know their wrong except for me.
Therefore, today I deciding to rejoin the land of the calm, relaxed and rested. Because at the end of the day who gives a care if you have a cute cake topper?