Hard to take the question seriously from somebody resembling an Oompa Loompa.
I declined politely.
And oh, the week that followed. 20 hours at the Lab. 19 hours at my internship and getting assigned my first two families. 6 hours of classes. Reading. Writing. Research.
Trying to find time to set up a meeting with potential wedding photographers.
Getting my business in order so I can fully spend time with the moms next weekend to look for a wedding dress. Their first meeting, and I could not be more excited for them to get to know each other this far in advance of the wedding. It's one of my biggest hopes that the two (or in our blended case, four) families truly feel like family the day of.
I don't know where I'm finding time to pin things to Pinterest, but would you like to take a miniature sneak peek at what I'm thinking for our big day? (Or is that, a very expensive little party?) ...
All these delicious little ideas and details that get to be tucked away with joy. Good thing I don't have to worry about how to translate theory into practice until next summer ... I'd have absolutely no idea what to do with myself! For now, Shoes chuckles gently and says, "All right, love. If you want to think about it now, that's fine. Just don't stress yourself out."
This wedding? The least of my worries. I have the partner. We have a venue and the food. Everything else is just gravy.
I'll save my real worry for my paper on non directive play therapy that's due soon ....