Summer Envy

It's about this time of year when I start thinking, "Can't we just skip ahead to summer already!?" Of course, I'm not even a hot weather/summer person but being a few months deep into snow and clouds and frozen temps really makes you long for the tiniest bit of warmth and sun. Being stuck in the house has got me finally getting around to actually sifting through this summer's photos. I know. So lazy over here. 

The first photo is the view from my sister-in-law's house. That is her front yard!! You want to talk about envy... my front yard is a Walmart. Not going to lie, it is pretty handy on those days you randomly need socks, a coffee table, a circular saw, and a jug o' milk. 

I would still take this front yard over mine any day!! 


The Moments Before..

I told our photographer I didn't really want any "getting ready" photos but to meet us at the house right before the ladies were going to walk over to the church. She's a gem so she decided to pop over to the house five minutes early to catch a few photos before we left (Once she found it!). Old Newfoundland towns threw caution to the wind when building their houses. Two other people's yards need to be crossed to make your way up the path. You feel like you're B&E'ing just trying to get to the door.

Anyways! When she arrived at the house I was already dressed and just getting the hair piece put in my hair by my ma. (It was also made by her!)

 The wedding wasn't until 4:30 and we had to leave the house at 4:28 to make on time so my morning was pretty relaxed. I woke up and iced the cake and walked it down the road to the hall. I stuck together some flowers with washi tape (I was going to be more creative but I got lazy), walked my niece up the road to get her hair done, and played Angry Birds while I waited for my friend Jenn to come make my hair presentable (it always looks the same...frizzy and heavy).

Then once we were all ready we walked across the field towards the church. I specifically told David to be at the church at 4:15 and he arrived after me. I did see him walking down another road farther away so at least I knew he was coming. Men...So slow.....

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