I had no idea how to start my first post in over four months, so instead of staring at that blinking cursor any longer, I thought I might as well break the ice.
So gloobendingledash to you and all your friends.
And now that the ice is officially (and awkwardly) broken: How are you? How've you been? Is anyone actually reading?
(When I told Derrick I was thinking about breaking my personal blog hiatus, he told me not to get my hopes up and "expect too much traffic right away." Bless that man's heart for using the word "traffic." I think he's finally, officially become a "blog husband.")
Which I guess is a nice segue for why I wanted to break the silence (right after having a reason to dramatically tell someone I'm "breaking the silence")—I got married!
I guess this probably isn't too shocking since getting married is normally what one does after one gets engaged. But truthfully, I am still sort of surprised it happened and it's over. For so long, our wedding seemed like something that was happening in the Far and Distant Future, so imagine my surprise when the Far and Distant Future was suddenly right now.
We also did a not-so-shocking thing after we got married and went on a honeymoon. And let me tell you, as perfect as the wedding was, Barcelona didn't do too bad itself.
But I'll get to that.
For now, all I wanted to say is that I'm breaking the silence, to get you all primed for what's to come. And what's to come is recap on recap on recap with many, many pictures to document what was, by far, the most glorious and most expensive two weeks of my life.
I owe it to the blogger in me, after all.
If long, detailed wedding and honeymoon recaps aren't your cup of tea, well, you might want to skip reading my blog for a while. And if you're no one because no one is actually reading my blog at all right now, then that's OK. As my ~*hUsBaNd*~ advised, I have no hopes, up or otherwise.
But if you do want to read all of the minutiae of the beginning of our marriage, September - October of 2016 will be your lucky months.
And with that, I'll leave you with this:
Have a great Monday, all!