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Silly kisses and sunny thoughts

Our summer wedding, icluding a free wedding ceremony and reception, will take place soon.

Everything is set. The guest list, the venue, the menu, the hotelroom, a live duo and a dj, flowers and decorations and… oh yes, I have a beautiful dress and it fits. 🙂 The guests are looking forward to it, and so do we.
All the points on our to do lists have been ticked off, together. (the ones we could think of – dunno if we forgot anything? I guess we will find out soon 😉 )Now it seems there is not much more left to do than counting the days.

Several times I have been asked: are you nervous?

No. Not at all.
I can’t wait.
I can’t wait to go to the hairdresser with my mum, to walk down the aisle with my dad, and to say YES to my husband (since March) again. I can’t wait for my sister to smile at me when I am nervous, and chat meaningless stuff to calm me down. She does that well!

I can’t wait to see his face when we say YES. Hell, I can’t wait to see his face every day of our time here on earth.
I can’t wait to speak our self-written vows, to dance our dance/ choreo, to laugh and celebrate with friends and family.
I can’t wait for the small moments during the day, when I look at him and he at me, and the crowds won’t exist and there will be just him and me.
I can’t wait to become his wife surrounded by the ones that brought us up and the ones being part of our journey; I can’t wait to kiss him.

Why would I be nervous?
It’s not the wedding I wanted and dreamed of. It is the promise it symbolizes, the belief in a future and in something bigger than him and me.

And that promise he’s been giving me every day since we’ve met, as have I.

So no. I am not nervous. I am full of joy. I am giddy and can barely stand still. I wanna dance. I wanna cuddle. I want huge hugs and silly kisses. I can’t wait.

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Author: carasmelody

daydreamer, hopelessly hopeful, I love the power of words, I love poems, words are soulfood

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