Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Making Adjustments

I'm getting married in a few weeks. I know that isn't new news, but still . . . it has everything to do with my thoughts the past few days.

I have been single for quite a while now . . . my whole life really, but been on my own for a long time. In fact been living completely alone (minus Cletus) for several years now. In face I bought my house two years ago so that I would have a place to make my own and settle in.

Now I am suddenly realizing that my years of complete independance are almost over. You would think that I knew this when I agreed to get married, but for some reason it didn't really hit me till just now.

We are moving Eric out of his apartment this next weekend. So for the past couple weeks some of his things have been gradually making their way down to my house where we will be living. But it wasn't till yesterday when I came home for lunch and saw my kitchen full of boxes, his clothes in my closet, and other boxes and some furniture in my house that I really got it. I have to admit to having a mild panic attack (I think I am stressed out about way too many things which is probaly the main cause of the panic attack, but still). I kind of freaked out which is totally not like me.

I love Eric and I am very excited to spend the rest of forever with him; I am just coming to realize what a huge adjustment it will be to have somone else in my life and sharing a home. This whole married life thing is going to be quite the change for me.

3 comments:

misskate said...

It'll be alright :) Marriage is good stuff.. I hope things continue to go well.

Brittany said...

marriage is fun! i must say though, it did take a bit of adjusting for me. i think people are lying when they say it doesn't take adjustment. have fun getting to know each other in such close encounters!

ps - i'm trying to make arrangements to come to your wedding. i'm looking for a place to stay... i will RSVP once i do! happy day!

Dani Grigg said...

YOU HAVE A MAN'S CLOTHES IN YOUR CLOSET! PANIC!
I mean... you're going to love it. Really. It's like having a sleepover every night with your best friend. So fun.