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Yes, It's actually happening....


Seriously? YES, seriously. 

It's finally happening.

My main (and only) squeeze are finally tying the knot. We've been engaged for quite a while (more than 2 years to be exact)...

So, we finally figured "Hey, Why not? You're cute, I'm cute and we sure make hella cute babies."

All jokes aside, we are so very excited. We finally chose a date last week when we actually had a bit of alone time on an actual DATE (Date, alone time? What's that?) While we enjoyed some malts and Chipotle.

We already in our hearts are basically married, but having a great outward expression of our love for our kids and family will just be that much sweeter. We've been through a lot of ups and downs. I honestly don't know what I would do without that man. He has stood by me through a heck of a lot of trials and tribulations. He has trudged in the deep dark crud right along side me even though it wasn't his mucky yucky stuff to tackle. He has gifted me with a beautiful daughter and has taught me to be more patient and understanding of others. I assure you, I am no easy cat to live with. If you compare me to an actual cat you could safely say I am one of those swat at you when you want affection types that will be as stubborn as possible until you least want it, then I will come rub my sweet little dread head right on your computer screen to annoy the shit of you cats. If you know cats...then you will COMPLETELY understand the type I am talking about. 

I've had lots of ideas, emotions and colorful crafts all running through my head since we picked a date out...so, my creations have been reflecting that lately. I am still going strong on my 30 days of creating challenge that I gave to myself. I must say that it is refreshing, fun and really opens up my mind, soul, and heart when I am able to sit (or stand) each day and create works of art. It's been really therapeutic and soul healing to get in touch with my true creative self again. 

I am in the process of starting a blog to document our journey to our marriage...So, make sure to check back to grab the link :) 



I should be sleeping...I work too late sometimes on my art. 



Stay weird people and keep creating! 

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