Ok, so I am in the sort of mood that when I click on over to a blog that I usually very much enjoy looking at, instead of thinking, "Oh how nice" or "What a great idea" or "something else positive" I am thinking: Oh I just want to throw up. All those beautiful people taking these amazing trips who have perfect husbands and live in beautiful homes and beautiful children who are complaining about tiny little problems in their ridiculously seemingly-perfect lives.
So ya. That's the mood I am in right now. Been there?
So then, I was thinking, well maybe I will post some pictures on the blog. And then I was thinking oh, I haven't posted about my trip to Hawaii. And then I am thinking. OH MY GOODNESS! I AM ONE OF THOSE PEOPLE! Ahhhhhhh!
So I will start by telling you that my life is not perfect. My kids fight all the time. I am lonely a lot. I am totally unorganized. I forget to do things I have told people I will do. I forget to return emails, and yes, even phone calls. I waste a lot of time. etc...
And now, after disclosing my day-to-day, I will tell you that a few weeks ago my friend Mindy (one of my three friends named Mindy) called me and said, "Hey, I'm going to Maui to get married in two weeks. If I bought your plane ticket and paid for your hotel would you come take our pictures?"
Hold on a sec. Lemme think about that one... YES! Why yes I will!
So, that is how I ended up staying in Maui for two nights. Those of you who are my facebook friends probably hate me and likely have blocked me from your news feeds since my trip since I kept annoyingly posted pics of the fabulous food, beaches, etc...
Anyhow, the trip was fun and the bride was BEAUTIFUL!!! Here are some pictures to prove it:
I was there too...really...it wasn't just a dream...
Me and the bride and groom. Isn't that a fabulous hat that I am wearing? The answer once again is "yes." I tried to steal it from Natalie, but alas, I was ultimately unsuccessful. Darn it.
Ok, well that's all for my pity party plus Maui pictures. I will go back to being my normal, positive self, as soon as my throat stops throbbing.
Which better be soon.