Not a lot is happening right now worth documenting and blogging about. I could post about how I feel overwhelmed with life... getting married in 3 months, moving to Philly, Marshall's rotations that will make us move 5 times in a year, trying to find some source of income moving every 3 months, yadda yadda yadda.
No one wants to hear about that drama.
I started this blog when I moved to China to keep everyone up to date with my life there... hence the name of this blog... heidi of the future. Ya know.. cause I was in the future...
Anyways, I'm going to leave you with a short video of these 2 darling little girls.
My friend Kylie and I were on one of our regular bus rides in Qinhuangdao, and these 2 girls stole our attention.
You want it to be fun, represent you both as a couple, but something that you won't look back on in 20 years and ask yourself "Why did we think Savage Garden's 'Truly Madly Deeply' was a good idea?"
So here I am now, trying to find the perfect song that captures our love.
If anyone reading has been to China in the last 2 years then you know how perfect this song would be... or not...
While the majority of America has never heard of this song, the entire country of China knows every word.
I wish I could bring all my students over to sing it for you. Instead I will leave you with Farkus. He wasn't my student, but he believed that he was going to be my boyfriend. He made an email address with his name and my last name. Cathy actually g-chatted him one time. Kevin had to constantly remind him that I was taken. Ooh young love.
Sing it Farkus Reeves!
Probably not the wedding music of 2011 but this song will always be close to my heart.
I've been sick since Robin left so I haven't been documenting my life.
But I did get to spend some time with this girl.
She came to town to help with Aaron and Teri's adoption fundraiser dinner, but I was too sick they wouldn't let me go. So Cathy stayed with me in my quarantined room.
She stayed the weekend and we caught up on the DVR.
What a sweet friend.
On Saturday we met this one in Tulsa.
She met us at the lodge where we are getting married. It was so great to have Cathy's wedding planning background, and Patsy's creative mind to help envision the place. They pretended to walk down the aisle, Cathy pretended to be 5-foot rounds, they gave insight. They helped a lot!
Later we met this one.
Katelyn is my personal stylist for the day, so she had to see me in my dress! And besides I kind of forgot how I looked and how much I loved it since it had been months since I ordered it!
Good news. I still love it.
It was great getting to spend time with these 3 even though I felt like someone ran me over with a truck.
p.s. this wedding is happening in 99 days. When did the count down get to double digits?