Dancing in the Rain

Good evening everyone, its been an interesting morning afternoon here, the last few of my bridal packages arrived, I tried on all the goodies with my dress and it was perfect! I'm just about all packed and good to go, we leave in 2 days and I'm so excited, this also means I finally get to see Tim, he's been gone for 18 days ...

The weather has been quite sporadic today, first it was raining and now its sunny, so the photos are a bit wet along with my feet and hair...lol but hey, it could worse.


Now, I've been spending a decent amount of time at the gym. Not as much as I'd like but I'm there at least 3-4 times a week. When I'm done at the gym I head over to Tim Horton's for a coffee and a pecan butter tart. I probably shouldn't do this, as I need to fit in to my wedding dress, but I just cant help it. It's my way of getting what I want, and doing what I want, instead of what I'm supposed to do... 

Does anyone else feel this way? The moment you're told what to do, what not to do, or certain expectations are placed on you, that's the moment you decide to do the exact opposite just so you can exercise  some control in your own life. As a bride there are so many expectations placed on how to look, what to feel, how to act, etc.  Rule of thumb: you tell me not to do something and I'll only want to do it more. My Father says it's cause I'm stubborn, I think it's cause I'm adventurous...lol.  I don't want to be told what to do or what to think, I just want to BE!  Exploring what you like, and don't like, is a part of life and it's fun and scary all at once. I'm not going to let anyone take that away.

I'm not going to say that hasn't got me in trouble before, and it may continue to get me trouble but let's just say it keeps life interesting! I love how this conversation started over pecan butter tarts... I think I might just go pick up another lol!

Further insperation

Photos By: Sade Thompson

Plaid Jacket: Dollskill (similar linked below) Shoes: Zara, Jacket: Zara (similar linked below) Bag: Dollskill

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