Love, Us, Wedding

Six Weeks

It’s been six weeks since Sugar and I got married. Some of our family and our closest friends joined us for a lovely luncheon and celebration, and we all had such a great time. We are both so grateful they could join us.

I wore a mulberry colored dress, had purple bangs, false eyelashes and silver, sparkly shoes. And Sugar was handsome as all get out in his suit and my favorite tie of his. Since then life has continued sort of as it was before, I guess you could say back to normal.

There is a difference in our relationship since we got married that I can’t quite put my finger on to describe properly. We already felt married before that day so why should it change anything? I know that being married is no guarantee for happiness, that’s a logical given. I wonder if the difference is that even though we both said previously we’d be there for each other through anything life presents us, now we’ve essentially said it front of our closet family and friends. To solidify the commitment, if you will. Hmm, thoughts to ponder, yes?

Whatever it is, I’m thoroughly enjoying it. Even after two years of being together (we met 3/12/2011), we still laugh, we still get silly, he still sends me flowers to work (I’ve been told by co-workers that will stop next year, I think Sugar has accepted the challenge to proving otherwise), and you know what else is so profound?

We each still get butterflies in our stomachs when we plan to meet each other for a date after work. Can there be a better feeling than that?

The Judge, Cakers, Sugar – Feb 2, 2013

Judge, Cakers, Sugar

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