So much has been happening lately! I do believe it’s time for an update.
I successfully designed, and launched the website for the 5th Kentucky. Designing it was exciting, and challenging. It was my first web design project, and I have to say I learned a lot, and enjoyed it immensely. Check it out at here.
Classes have again begun. So far the semseter had been great. But I’m required to read so much, that I think I might actually turn into a book! Hopefully I’ll be a classic!
I still have a talent for burning popcorn.
Jake took me to see Beauty and the Beast 3D, and man alive the soundtrack came pouring back into my head, like I had just seen it yesterday. I loved it, and will be purchasing the original to go with my ever expanding Disney collection.
Wedding plans are coming along nicely. The invitations are being printed at Flora and Fauna Press in LA. I look at my invitation sample daily, and CAN’T WAIT to see ours! I’m also working with a sweet lady in Pennsylvania, who is working on getting all my vintage stamps together, and I received all the wax to seal the back of the envelopes the other day. I’ve also ordered my veil, with my soon-to-be new monogram on the back. It’s beautiful. Mom and I are meeting with the florist tomorrow. So excited to finalize some plans.
We finally decided on a honeymoon. Washington DC, and Gettysburg. We decided to embrace our inner history nerds, and soak up as much American history as we possibly can. I found the most amazing B&B, which is a 112 year old town house, located in Old Town Alexandria. We are alone in the townhouse, and right smack in the middle of all the quaint little shops, and restaurants, and only a short metro ride into the city. Needless to say, I’M VERY EXCITED.
I’ve also been honored with the task of editing my dear Uncle Ray Adkin’s 12th book. I’ve never edited a book before, but I’m really enjoying it! Embracing all those English grammar lessons I’ve had over the years!
Well, I must run. I have laundry to finish up, homework to review, and Downton Abbey starts in 10 minutes! Promise to post some pictures next time!