I spent the last seven days working and having a lot of feelings and compiling a to-do list instead of actually doing any of the items on it. (Shannon was also away for work, which meant collaborative decision-making was down the drain.) I'm gonna address the few updates there are and then just talk about things I haven't talked about because immigrations and weddings are complicated.
notice how almost nothing is crossed off it's fine I'm fine
My Lesbian Immigration Marriage Feelings, Part 3
15. I bought a wedding magazine.
The options online started to seem overwhelming and I felt over them and also over how much time I was looking at my laptop to look at them so I bought the first issue of Catalyst, a feminist wedding magazine — its website says it "explores the intersections of creativity, community, and feminism in the wedding world. Volume One, Finding a New Perspective, features photos and writing that looks beyond typical wedding media." I am hoping for something tha...
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