Question for all those "waiting" bees…

posted 2 years ago in Waiting
Post # 2
Member
2013 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: July 2016

kthomas326:  haha every lady is different. I get by thinking out (extensively) how I want things to go and looking at things online and pricing stuff out. Mostly for future reference but also to pass the time. I’m in school full time and I work full time so I should be using my spare time for school/studying, but that’s nearly impossible. 

I try to make plans with the girls when it’s gets to be too much and I work out more to focus on something else. I’ve emailed my menu options, reception locations,  price listings and dresses. I had a whole bunch of emails on rings before we decided on what I would get (eventually lol..). Until then 🙂 I wait on…

Post # 3
Member
592 posts
Busy bee

Find something else you’d be even more passionate about. Eventually, after the wedding, the honeymoon and all the comes with them calms down, think about what you’d do then.

For me, I started exploring a new career opportunity. Now I’m so busy with that, I almost want to hold on to the waiting part of my life because this is a lot more fun than figuring out how I’m going to pay for, plan and coordinate a large party when I have no experience doing so, lol. As the reality of wedding details come closer, they’re starting to seem a lot less glamorous haha.

Post # 4
Member
744 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: March 2017

My wedding is pretty planned he’s helped as we talk a lot about it but I don’t think he knows the extent if how much I have planned, in fact I hope he doesn’t. It’s hard sometimes to let it be I went through a phase where I let my obsession due way down for at least a year but now it’s back in full force and I hope a ring is coming by the end of the year. We’ll see. 

Post # 6
Member
784 posts
Busy bee

I’m lucky enough to have a mom that likes to vent about it as much as me, so I’ve been able to vent to her without feeling silly – if you have someone like this (maybe a friend in the same situtation) I’d totally take advantage of that. It feels good to have someone to tell when you see a hint happen, like him mention running a “surprise” errand or that he just “got you something you’re really going to like!” – boys are so dumb when it comes to teasing haha, and it makes me less likely to blurt out to him.

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