So, there is a new dolly winging it's way to me. More about that later, obviously, but I'm plenty excited. (A little one. I used most of the money on my dress alterations. >_<)
Last week I was visited by the very very lovely ragazza and zozolala. We had a fantastic time wandering around the neighborhood and got the requisite cheesesteaks and then beer at Tattooed Mom's. Mostly we made dolly messes and laughed and I only wish their stay was longer. They also gave me lovely presents (which require their own post) and Ginger came home! She is sooooooo beautiful I can't stand it. Thanks again girls!
July is almost over and I'm properly freaked out. The Volks party is this weekend which is exciting. Sunday is my shower of sorts. It's gonna be an equal opportunity co-ed lunch thing, so I'm not sure if it's actually a shower. My parents will be meeting Mat's for the first time! 6 years and a kid later, I know, but it's still makes me nervous. Right after this I need to rifle through my clothes for something to wear.
I suppose that it's. It's really just wedding wedding wedding interspersed with reality. It does look like the bachelor/bachelorette extravaganza is going to happen and that makes me very happy. Boobies and bananna hammocks for all! Lingerie and hairdos and fake nails are in my future too, so I have some other things to look forward too. Ha ha!
I'm excited about meeting new LJ pals at the party Saturday, so if you're there and you see the me/Mat or Mina/Lenore duo, do say hi!
Oh, and someone tell me why I think these little things are so damn cute?
(Pullip's funny lookin' little sis)
That's it. It's done. I even got my shoes and my underthings and a bit of jewelery. It's even gorgeous and paid for. I kick wedding ass.
Anyway, back to the grind today. Things are getting shipped out and photographed and prettied up.
Over and out.
Sooooo, I went on a date with the incredible Mr. M last night, which consisted of dinner at our favorite vegetarian restaurant in Chinatown (yum!), shopping at a few silly gift shops and then a stroll though one of the little parks in olde city behind Independence Mall. The night was beautiful, the weather was perfect and we made lightning bug friends. After we sat on a little bench in a quiet corner, he began to say beautiful tear-filled things to me and got down on one knee and asked me to marry him. I said yes, he slipped the most incredibly gorgeous ruby ring on my finger, and I haven't stopped floating since...
I have a fiance. How wonderful.