Holy Crap

Four days to go and I am starting to wig out a little.

It’s not the getting married thing.

It’s the everyone I know descending on Boston thing. Ahh… They are invading…

I can’t wait to see everyone, but it kills me that I won’t actually be able to spend time with everyone who is coming. I love all these people very much and want to invite them all back to my house to hang out or invite them on a walk around boston. But instead we are all going to sit in some room and put on the getting married show.

It’s not fair. I want more time…

Anyhow… everything is coming together and…

HOLY CRAP!!

The Chuppah is done. Team Chuppah has come through with flying colors. It’s so freaking amazing. I can’t thank them enough. I just hope I can make it to group one last time as a single guy.

10 thoughts on “Holy Crap”

  1. Strong work, Team Chuppah!

    I’ve taken care of a little bit of the friends-from-out-of-town-that-you-want-to-hang-out-with-but-can’t guilt. I’ve made the rehearsal dinner into a big pot luck/feed for anyone who’s in from out of town. It’ll be like a big Thanksgiving dinner. At the reception site, so everyone’s gonna help me decorate :D

    Four days! Four days! Bring it!!!! Whooo!

  2. Congratulations, it’s wonderful!!

    Just try to relax (as much as that’s possible) and enjoy whatever time you have with each person. Don’t waste any time feeling sad or guilty about not having more time, just go with what you’ve got. Everyone loves you two, that’s why they’re there, and that’s enough.

    We love you too, and we look forward to hearing from you whenever you can get back to us!

  3. Don’t worry we all felt that way. Just remember..she loves you, and that’s all that matters.

  4. Sending big hugs and many congrats on the completion of the chuppa.

    Here’s what I wish I had done at my wedding: created an “play date” book where all my friends set dates for the next time we would see each other. (Obviously, it requires suggestion dates and making plans later, but the idea is create the energy of making time to spend together since that never happens for a wedding.)

    Many, many cheers to you both.

    Love, Allison

  5. Guido.
    Marriage is a blast…the wedding is the catalyst…enjoy each other and the guests will be happy…don’t worry about them. They are there for you!

    Blessings!
    Charles

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