Morning, lovelies. I woke up about 1/2 hour earlier than normal because I need to get crackin’ on work ASAP. I have a dress fitting at 5:30. This is just one of the many, many wedding-related appointments I have over the next 3.5 weeks:
- Dress Fitting – December 9
- Florist – December 13
- Dress Fitting – December 16
- DJ – December 20
- Menu Tasting – December 22
- Photographer Meeting – December 22
- Dress Fitting – December 23
That’s not to mention this weekend’s 10K race (YAY!!), a little thing called Christmas, a huge New Year’s Celebration, my second Bridal Shower…. eck! So swamped!
You see why people elope, yes?
I was actually craving something besides oatmeal (gasp!) this AM, so I made my second-favorite breakfast….
Egg-white French Toast!
For a little something-something, I topped the French Toast with 2 tablespoons pecans. Yum!
On the side, I had maple syrup for dipping….
And a sliced banana!
I must say, this was a FABULOUS breakfast. Or I could just be in an insanely good mood. Future Husband and I had a GREAT day yesterday — we found out one of our BFFs is moving into our apartment complex (yay!)… which gives us $200 off our rent next month! We also fell into another small amount of money we weren’t expecting (Thank baby Jesus!).
AND we had out 1st order on our holistic supplement website…. for $250! I know I haven’t shared the details with you, but its because we’re still working out kinks and I want it to be super perfect. Don’t worry, the details are coming soon…. I promise!
Question of the Day: What’s the NICEST random thing someone has ever done for you? My story takes place when I was 19, broke, and working at a law firm. I was going back to college in two weeks when my laptop died on me (1 month outside warranty). It would cost me hundreds of dollars to fix it. There were a lot of other stuff going on in my life, and the laptop was the straw that broke the camel’s back. I had a mini breakdown at work, locked myself into the conference room, and started to sob. My boss randomly walked in on me and asked why I was crying. Very embarrassed, I told him the truth. Two weeks later, at my "good bye" lunch, he handed me a check for $1,000 of his personal money and told me to go buy a new laptop. I’ll NEVER forget that!
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