Things are starting to happen quickly, like dominoes falling. Today we heard from about many people we’d been waiting to hear from if they were coming or not. We also got our ketubah in the mail! It’s beautiful and our names are typo free, woohoo! Kippot have been shipped, welcome bag goodies procured, and crafting dates lined up with a girlfriend.
Tomorrow is Erev Rosh Hashanah, the night when Rosh Hashanah starts. Starting tomorrow night it will be 5771, the year in which Ben and I will be married. Wow. That’s a heavy thought. I know that from this blog it looks like I’m obsessed with wedding planning, and that it’s all I do; I’m not and its not. Wedding planning is my escape from the sad reality of my employment situation. As a bride with a wedding expense account (thanks mom and dad!) I’m a normal, functioning bride, not an under-employed college grad who is addicted to mediocre TV and might qualify for public assistance if not for all the cobbled together part-time jobs I hold.
Anyway, if you’ve read this far, I just want to say thank you, and I hope that you’ll forgive me for any bad stuff I may have said or done this past year. Its the time of year for forgiveness. May we all have a happy, healthy, and sweet year together. L’shanah tovah, happy new year!