Oh my gosh you guys it's almost here, oh my gosh.
I should probably write about being excited, and I am, but if I'm being totally honest at least 30% of it is about not having to think about planning a wedding any more. I've always been more excited to marry Shannon then to get married to Shannon, which I believe is how it should be, but I'm especially looking forward to my brain and free time back. It seems ironic to have to ignore a partner you love so you can get stuff done related to a partner you love, but normally Shannon and I go out often and get or make dinner and see friends or don't or go for walks or drives or explore and generally spend a lot of time intentionally immersed in each other, and it seems ridiculous that planning a wedding together has cut down that time. And this wedding isn't even especially big or complicated — the life things around it sure are, and Saturday at sunset is standing tall and bright and not just because everything needs to have been long don...
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