Unbelievable how a scattered mind like me managed to step into marriage life. I feel like (nearly) everything becomes neutral again.. Although there's still not many significant differences in the way we live our everyday life (yet), but I can feel like we were placed back to the starting point and given opportunity to see the journey ahead with a clearer view than before.
Perfect timing to sort out our goals & purpose in life as one, rearrange our plans, and readjust our sails. I do hope we will catch the wind that will take us through many interesting adventures and bring us to the places we've always dreamed of :)
About my wedding, I asked God to let my wedding day be a memorable one for everyone..and He answered it exactly.
The whole last week before D day was a mix of stress and fun. Stress because of some unexpected things happened, and fun because we reunited with our close friends from Melbourne...they were the ultimate stress reliever!
And on the wedding day itself, a mix of panicking dramas and a surprising happy ending. Everything was in fast-forward mode. We couldn't really remember what happened in each moment exactly. Those were the best memories I've had in my entire life but they passed in the blink of an eye. So I've been depending on the photos and videos that our friends and families took, enough to recall the highlights of that day. And ultimately (still waiting) the ones from photographers and videographer we hired. I will write a separate post when my wedding pictures are done.
I am not sure what my marriage is going to be like exactly, but judging from the wedding day itself, I am pretty sure that it won't be a boring one. Also thanks to my moody self that will definitely add more spices to the marriage. I hope my hubby is ready to rock and roll the hell out of it :D
outfit: Forever New silk cotton printed scarf, unbranded high-low dress, Rubi booties.