I am 32 days away from my wedding. I have not sent out my invitations yet. These two factors combined have created a chemical reaction known as
My treatment involves liberal doses of attempting to cut back on my blog browsing. It also involves a bridal shower invitation.The ladies in my hometown, specifically my mom's group of best friends, are throwing me a bridal shower! Erm, I guess I should say Bridal Movie Shower.
Today I was running around the house half dressed, complaining about being called in to work on my day off, when my mom points out that there is a message written on the back of the ticket in my invitation. I stood in my room in my underwear and cried a little bit when I read it.
Even though I know it should be one of the last things I spend time and energy worrying over, gifts actually sit towards the top of my list. We are getting married in Washington, but living in Texas, and we have no plans to ever drive between Washington and Texas directly after the wedding. Or ever. I have been to enough weddings in my area to know that in my hometown, we are not cash and gift card people. People love to give tangible gifts, but as the poem says, moving all of those items is going to be really hard. It means a lot to me that these ladies would take that into consideration and help me spread the word to just a few more people.
I am still showing symptoms of my Stressarrhea, but this little card lightened the load considerably. The invitations still won't be in the mail tommorow, but I'm feeling at peace with that fact right now. All I can do is get up and tackle those items on my to-do list day after day.
What have you found to be the best treatment for your Stressarrhea?