Mr. & Mrs. Sweetcheeks
Wow! The ceremony was fantastic; although, not unlike any woman doing this for the first time, I cried a lot. Goddess bless whomever invented waterproof mascara. My friends and family gathered around me, I couldn't have felt more love...
I was nervous, thrilled, exhausted and elated all at the same time. But the best part, at the end of it all, was I became married to the most amazing man. -Who looked absolutely delicious in his Rat-Pack, white jacket and black pants tuxedo.
And the reception sped by in a blink. Every photo of my new husband while eating at our sweetheart table had an empty chair next to him, the poor darling. I simply could not sit still. It was all too, too marvelous. Especially since a choice few friends flew 3000 miles just for the occasion. How lucky am I?!
Honeymooning in Virginia Beach, I highly recommend. With an ocean-front view, our room swelled with sounds of crashing waves. The jacuzzi and three bottles of champagne got us off to a great start.
And now I'm back to the work-a-day world...Although I did get a new job in Jersey. Needless to say, I'm much more relaxed. And one step closer to being a suburban housewife and mother. Which, after all this time (and varied experiences) is what really matters: To have a family of my own is paramount on my list of goals and accomplishments. Although, we probably won't start until 2007, so we can create a nice little nest egg.
Life is sweet.