Don’t Wait, Celebrate

Sure I usually post on Sundays, and sure this post is titled “don’t wait” But I still have to wait for the title, post, and photo to come to me each week. Its usually not until I’m by myself and a little quiet when my brain can put it all together.

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The last 5 days have been spent with 20+ family members, celebrating my cousin’s wedding. Its the first wedding for this side of the family, this generation. There were long days, with lots of activities, and even more people as we met friends and the groom’s family. I was bummed not to be in Minnesota for the weekend, but if I had to be gone, I am so glad it was to be with these people.

Was there ever something you thought was going to be a disappointment to miss? Only to realize that the alternative was better than you could have imagined?

3 thoughts on “Don’t Wait, Celebrate

  1. I hope you had a great time! Sounds like you did. As for your question, I seriously wasn’t sure going all the way to Minneapolis for 12-hours with Dave, but I’m glad I did it. It was a long drive, my car is NOT happy with me (neither is my wallet from gas) and I was SOOOOO upset yesterday when he left because I barely got any time with him. But today when I’m thinking clearly, I’m so glad I went. If I would’ve just stayed home and worked, I would’ve been so sad that I didn’t get to see him when he was “close” (well, closer than Hawaii). I’m not sure if that relates to your question, but in my brain I felt like it did. 😉

    • I think it totally relates! Why wait until its super easy and convenient when you can make just a little (or 12 hours) worth of effort and make something happen?! You guys needed the time together, FaceTime is great, but its not the same as being in person.

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