“Ah the sun is shining brighter cause you really make my day
Yeah, you really make my day, oh, oh, oh
Yea, I think I like her cause she really makes my day
Yeah, she really makes my day, oh, oh, oh”
— Common f. Cee Lo – Make My Day
Hi everyone, so It looks like its time to share my perspective of wedding planning for this blog! I hope that you, the reader, will find the different perspectives intriguing, precise, and just right. :b
I will start off with some of the pieces I will be working on for the wedding, meant to be as bonus favors for the guests. Each one will be unique, meant to tell a story about us and the stages of wedding of planning (the good, the bad, the exhausting). Hope you enjoy the preview, and Im open to ideas and suggestions, as this is still an ongoing project! Enjoy!
We are thisclose to booking our honeymoon Last week, Danny and I went to Liberty Travel to inquire about a honeymoon to Riviera Maya. The lady who was helping us ok. She gave us a brochure and a few prices to some hotels that looked interesting in the brochure. We decided to continue looking at other travel agencies before we made our final decision. Since I broke my toe last weekend (don’t ask), I am unable to work until I can wear a regular shoe, so I had the weekend off again. We were able to look into another travel agency yesterday. The next one we visited was a few doors down from a restaurant that I frequent in Metuchen. The store was already closed but the owner was still there and saw us at the door. He was nice enough to let us in and to see us even though the store was closed. He seemed very knowledgeable and gave us two resorts off the top of his head when we told him we were interested in Riviera Maya. He showed us the websites and pictures of those resorts. We left his travel agency feeling better than we had after we left the first place. I am just waiting to go to one more travel agency before we make our final decision. I’m so excited that we’re going to Riviera Maya for our honeymoon.
This past week has been a very sad week for my family. My cousin’s husband passed away at the age of 62, leaving behind his wife and their two boys – Ned and Neil. My heart is so heavy for my cousin and their kids. It was so hard to watch the family in so much sorrow at the funeral yesterday. It happened suddenly…we just saw him last month at Jonah’s dedication and he looked good, despite his health problems. But I guess when God calls you home, it really is your time.
Kuya Boy was supposed to be one of our sponsors for the wedding. I don’t really know if I want to find a replacement for him…would it be ok to just have Ned or Neil walk down the aisle with their mom in place of their father?
Sigh…RIP Kuya Boy.