A Note to my Six Readers

Ten days. If you say it in hours, it sounds much better.

 2400 hours.

Oh, wait. Ten days is 240 hours, isn't it? Crap.

Ten days. That's how long till my daughter's wedding. Granted, the sweet girl is doing most of the work, but still.  The next (almost) two weeks is filled with activity.

*Brittany goes to the temple for the first time on Friday.

*Saturday, is her shower, thrown by me. (Where we will tie a quilt, to be made by me this week.)

*Also on Saturday is my audition for Listen to Your Mother. I sent a request for an audition last night around midnight. Not sure I was in my right mind. I have to finish the piece I wrote (also around midnight) and practice it so I don't make a total fool of myself.

*Next week, my calendar looks deceptively empty-- until Friday. And while those calendar squares have nothing written on them, there will be a flurry of activity to get ready.
* The wedding is in the morning. Then the luncheon. Then decorate the church, then the reception.  Then, clean up.

My chest feels a bit tight.

So, if my blog appears to have been abandoned, rest assured, it's not. Once I have my breakdown on the 23rd, it'll be back to nonsense as usual.

(PS- Can't resist the urge to brag a bit. Not about my photography skills (a good camera and a computer do wonders), but about how lovely my daughter is.)

Isn't she beautiful? And graceful? And, well, she is still a kid at heart...


  1. Beautiful! 2400 hours must seem like an eternity - - I bet you wish it was only 240 hours :)

  2. Just beautiful. Deep breaths and try to enjoy it as much as possible. I and your other 5 readers (!) will wait patiently. There are so many things that are infinitely more important than blogging. Congrats to you and yours! xo

  3. She's beautiful! It's the biggest party she'll ever have for herself, so I hope you guys have fun!

  4. She looks so amazingly beautiful! I hope you thoroughly enjoy these next 10 days and don't stress out too much! We'll be excited to hear all about it when it's all done! :)

  5. Umm....Neon Dragon, that's me. Well sort of. It's the name of some blog Julianne started in 7th grade that she didn't even know was still active. But she was signed into her google account on my computer and so when I commented...Neon Dragon! (She laughed really hard.) Sorry for the confusion!!

  6. Yay for your audition! I'm so excited to hear what happens.

    And yay for your daughter's wedding! I'm so excited to hear what happens with that too!

    I can't really say which one I'm more excited for...

  7. Yay! Take all the time you need. I'm so excited for you. There is a more-than-aesthetic beauty about her. I can see why you are so proud.

  8. How exciting! The day of my sisters wedding, we laced her up and discovered that a tiny little snap wasn't done. It wasn't noticed before we started and we weren't about to undo all the work to snap it up. So I got a knife (thank goodness for handy husbands with pocket knives) and I carefully sliced it off. It wasn't a big deal, but it's one of our favorite stories to retell! Here's hoping you all create some wonderful memories that you'll share through the years.

  9. Gorgeous! And I want to hear all about LTYM when you're done!! Like DETAILS! LOTS of them!

  10. We just wanted to stop by and say thank you for becoming a Friend of Pfister. We're looking forward to connecting with you. Looks like you have some big events coming up. Congratulations on your daughter's upcoming wedding, she looks absolutely beautiful. And good luck on your audition!

  11. Oh the gorgeousness of life...go, live and as apparently your eleventh reader I will be waiting with bated breath for details of the wedding and audition results :-)

  12. GOOD LUCK on your audition!! And your daughter is Beautiful ;)
    LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the Bridal Flip Flops! Did I say LOVE?
    Great pictures. :)


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