Jul 20, 2008
well here is the thought of the day. the wedding might have to be post-poned as to accommodate the wacky weather of the season.
okay...a beach wedding. now to picture this you have to close your eyes. the arch in which the ceremony will be held is adorned with beautiful green vines interlaced with majestic white flowers, all framed by the serenity and beauty of the sea. Then the music begins with the tranquility of bagpipes to emphasize the groom's heritage and as everyone turns, the bride begins her stroll. The flower pedal lined aisle twines between a symmetrical outlay of no more that forty wood chairs seating the guest in casual summer wear. The bride gracefully progresses in her flat footed sandals that lace up her smooth tan calves and finish with a bow of perfection. Her leg then continues to rise with elegance until it can no longer be seen beneath the knee-high, white, tulle dress that flows with the simplicity of a fairy's flight. The dress contours her figure as your eyes gracefully ascend to the vibrant floral accent in her chin length hair that frames the blue eyes that sparkle with happiness and joy. As she reaches her final step the groom's smile doubles in size knowing the moment has come when he will become the luckiest man on earth and will have the privilege to pass his name onto his family. His chest boasts pride in the sweltering heat as the tuxedo takes the beating from the sun. The material, starched and ironed runs seamless over his manly chest, around his statuesque waist, and down his muscular distinguished legs; abruptly ending at his feet that are partially buried in the sand.
So I may have taken it a little far but you got the gist of the mood. We want it to be simple but elegant and romantic. The ceremony site will be cheaper due to the fact that it is state property and we can have our own caterers and party rentals. Most rented buildings or companies make a profit from not allowing outside caterers or rentals and therefore charge an arm and a leg to rent their property. That and it will be much prettier and more relaxed.
So my Madison was born and Melissa attended the messy sighting. I was invited to her house no more than a week later to hang out since she knew I was going bazerk by myself and utterly insane with the loneliness. So I took her up on the offer and happened to see her boyfriend's best friend sitting on the couch. After a couple days of back and forth flirting we began to click and on July 20, 2006 we were officially a couple. So one thing blossomed into the next and we moved into a wonderful house in Orangevale, Ca and on March 22, 2007 we were engaged (in the parking lot of Red Robin). So thats how it goes so far.
I really didn't grow up till about a year and a half ago. I was always finding ways of getting into trouble, but thankfully always managed to get out. i wasn't doing the right things in life. Then i woke up one day and decided i wanted more. So me and my two best friends(Adam and Bock) decided we would go back to school. We all enrolled in Wyotech automotive school, in December of 2005. Unfortunately i was the only one to graduate. I attended the school and successfully graduated December 22nd , 2006. about half way through the school year i met a girl. I really didn't know what to think of her at first, because when we first met, she was with a guy. I later found out that her and the guy were not an item, so i decided to take interest. Now we have a beautiful house, i have a beautiful stepdaughter, and a beautiful IT on the way. now we are getting married.
Well growing up was hard. As a teenager I had a lot of down falls and a lot of short comings but I still seemed to keep the ball rolling. I graduated from high school with my CHESPE which is a test equivalent of a GED but made for a sixteen year old (GED is for seventeen year olds and up). Then I decided to follow my stupid heart and move to Sacramento after a guy. Importantly, I also went to college for a year at Sierra College. It only lasted a year because i found out I was pregnant and needless to say the father broke up with me the day he found out. So i gave birth to my wonderful daughter on June 11, 2006 and moved on with my life to find a suitable father and that's when i ran into Ian...