This week has been brought to you by laziness. You guys, I am having a tough time getting motivated to do all of the things.
This week will mark week #3 on my little weight loss journey. I do not have as high of hopes for my weigh in tomorrow as I did at the beginning of the week. Mainly the reason is because I have not been to the gym in TWO weeks. A lot of it has to do with the amount of stress I am under, but a lot of it is laziness. I think my focus needs to change and I need to create a training plan and see how much the feet with work with me if I start running again. I did see the doctor a few weeks ago to get more injections in my feet, but it looks like I am going to need orthotics. Hello $$$$$. I have to wait until after the wedding to consider this.
This week I signed up for Ali’s 2nd Annual virtual race. I guess that means I REALLY need to start training my feet to run again if I want to have any sort of power to run this.
This week I met Monte Durham from “Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta.” We hugged. He signed a magazine. We were at Crate and Barrel registering for the wedding at a private event they were hosting and he was there talking to brides. We chatted about my crazy dress shopping experience and his trip to London. We are besties Im sure LOL But, seriously, he is really nice.
This week marks three months until we are married. It also means in three months we are going to be sitting on the beaches of Cancun relaxing.
This week we were approved for a home loan! We have to wait until we are married to actually close on a house (that is how our loan works), but we can start looking and go under contract before being married. This is a bit of an overwhelming process because we have no idea how to start. I guess being preapproved was the best thing to start with first (thank you HGTV, I learned so much from you). Now we need to find an agent. How on earth do you go about doing that? We have a few close friends/family that are agents, but we are opting not to use them because it is no different than doing business with them. If something were to go wrong, we dont want it to ruin a relationship.
This week I finished working on the boutinneres for the guys. I love them but I am worried about them looking too cheesy. What do you think? The best part: these cost a whopping $8 to make 7. I researched and researched and I was going to spend $50 to 7 if I had a florist or grocery store do them.
I think I need to get a picture of it attached to a jacket, but I kind of like how they are wild looking but still incorporate my yellow.
How has your week been so far?