Sunday, August 17


Well, it's been 2 months since I posted, and I'm sure almost no one is reading this, except the random family member or those with an RSS feed.

Truthfully, one of the reasons I didn't post was that each time I thought up a post during my engagement I wanted to complain. Spending two months with all of my earthly belongings at one apartment, but sleeping on a blow up mattress at another was enough to drive me a little crazy and make me a bit ungrateful (although I'm abundantly grateful for my female roommates who allowed me to stay with them).

On top of it, I dealt with many of the questions and decisions having to do with planning a wedding, but never was able to see those small things that indicate that you are, in fact, getting married.

So having a wedding seemed surreal. Even getting my hair and makeup done seemed as though I was just playing a bit of dress up.

But at the end of the day, I was pronounced as having a new name, and was Adam's wife.


Carin & Michael Schindler said...

Congrats.... It will still be unreal for while until married life settles in

Carrie Jean Peeples said...

I totally felt the same way at our wedding!! It's just a surreal occasion and I'm not sure there is a way to full soak it all in! Now I'm just so glad all the hype is over and we just get to do life together. That's just really the fun part ;) Congrats!!!

Sharon said...

Great picture, Hannah! I recognized a number of times when you and Adam "connected" during the ceremony and reception, as in this picture -- and you were just being yourselves, and not part of the display.

....and how is married life??? :)
(just a "random family member.")

Anne said...

Congrats! I've been married for over 18 1/2 years now, and at times it's still surreal! :-)

I love the picture!

Casey J. Ellis said...

"Gratz" I am glad to see you have settled down...

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