You won’t believe all of the changes taking place in the Brennan/Power Household within the next month!
In the next two weeks we will be moving to the suburbs of Boston and finally living in a house with a little yard for Bradley. I cannot wait! It’s happened a little sooner than expected but we are very excited about the move.
We’ve begun searching for a washer and dryer to buy for the house (I was shocked to see how expensive they were) as well as a car for us to get around in. Not to mention settling in a new town, finding movers, gearing up for the Christmas season and finding out how to get back to Pennsylvania for the holidays with Brad!
The big secret however is that while we are back in my hometown, we will be getting legally married! I wanted to keep it a secret and share with you after the big day but who was I kidding. I can’t keep secrets! Although the “real” wedding ceremony and reception is still in Ireland in August, this will also be very special to us as well.
To make the visa process as easy as possible, we learned that getting civilly married before traveling over to Ireland would be most ideal. Originally we had thought of doing it after Ger graduated from Grad School however, we soon found out that it could take up to 5 months to process all of the papers. This is when I had the bright idea of getting married over Christmas and to share the experience with all of my family that aren’t able to make it over to Ireland! Remember my dilemma? Problem solved, right? I love that we are able to incorporate both of our families into this great celebration and I am even able to wear my first wedding dress!
I’ve always been the type that whenever I wanted to get a new hair style or a hair cut, I needed to do it right away. It would drive me crazy to wait for days until my appointment and by then, I usually changed my mind anyway. I admit, I can be quite impulsive at times. I get so tired of planning and researching EVERYTHING. Sometimes you just need to go for it, right?
Has anyone else been impulsive when it comes to life and wedding planning?