- 9 years ago
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We stayed in a hotel the wedding night, did a family brunch the day after, then went back to the apartment to pack for our 3-night honeymoon only 90 miles away. So technically speaking we DID go “somewhere”, but it was local and great to take a few days off from life.
I can’t deny that I’m jealous of others who are going to the Caribbean, Tahiti, Hawaii, etc… but we just didn’t have the vacation time or energy for such a trip. Even if you aren’t going on a fabulous honeymoon, I’d highly recommend staying in a hotel for a few days before you come back to the harsh reality of a house filled with wedding crap that’s no longer relevant. 🙂
We had a suite for our wedding night and that will more than likely be our honeymoon. We are thinking of saving up for a nice trip for our anniversary but for now thats the plan.
We were originally going to do a rail trip, but it’s tabled for now. We’re broke. We’re probably going to go camping locally for a few days, a place we normally go – assuming I can get time off, as I have no idea what my employment status will be in May.
Fiance is getting laid off in a couple of weeks, so unless he lands a job, we will be doing nothing. We had planned to go to Quebec City for a few nights then and on a cruise/down south in April, but both are on hold for now.
I am seriously bummed, but there’s not much that can be done about it, so we will just have to make the best of it!
We planned on driving a whole hour to the coast but found out that it is Rhodedendron Festival weekend and the coast will be overrun with tourists. So, we are taking a pass and have decided (ok, Mr.A decided) that we will head East instead and go visit his brother since a babysitter has already been arranged. (He is incarcerated… love him but NOT how I want to spend my first days as Mrs.Awesome!) I have looked around the area and there is seriously nothing to do unless we want to go rock hunting & to the rock museum. *Sigh* Guess its a great way to save money. 🙂
We’re not going anywhere. We have 3 kids under 5 and NO ONE wants them for a week and I refuse to take them with me, so until their 10 or so and grandma can comfortably watch them we’re honeymoon-less.
Thank God it was just a dream. I can’t imagine not taking the time out to celebrate with some real quality time with firends and family at a reception and then time alone as a couple on honeymoon. Life is too short to not take the time for these things. You’ll be long enough living the boring day to day things. My brother didn’t have a honeymoon and regrets it and warned me to make that time special.
We went to a bed and breakfast on the bourbon trail in Kentucky for two nights. It was super relaxing, which was exactly what we needed :).
We can’t afford the honeymoon of our dreams right now. We’ve talked about renting a small cabin in the mountains for a few days after the wedding, but we haven’t even made those plans officially. We’ve also said we’ll go for our 1-year anniversary or something like that, but we’re talking about TTC starting next summer so we’ll have to see. Or we could go somewhere to make the baby. 😉 haha.
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