A Hermit No Longer

May 14 marked the end of the two-week waiting period from our second vaccine (we got it on April 29), and since then, we haven't had a free weekend. We spent the 14th celebrating our six-month wedding anniversary/the end of the vaccine waiting period by getting dressed up, going out to a fancy restaurant, and … Continue reading A Hermit No Longer

COVID-19 Wedding Prep

I had spent hours and hours stressing over every aspect of wedding planning, and then the pandemic hit and threw every plan out the window. In the beginning, I wasn't too concerned. It was March, I assumed people would be smart, and the whole thing would probably be over by June or July (looking at … Continue reading COVID-19 Wedding Prep

Quarantine: Week Thirty-One

It's Week Thirty-One of working from home, and we got the news last week that we may be starting our return-to-office phases on November 1. You know, right as cases are beginning to skyrocket to their highest numbers since July. No big deal, right? People are just getting pandemic fatigue. Who cares if there's still … Continue reading Quarantine: Week Thirty-One

Quarantine: Week Thirty

Thirty Weeks. Two hundred and ten days of me sitting at my desk in my home office instead of commuting downtown to sit at a desk in a bigger office. It still blows my mind that it's been this long, and that we're not currently looking at going back into the office until probably January. … Continue reading Quarantine: Week Thirty

Quarantine: Week 28

It's Week 28 of working from home. Week 28 of sitting at my desk, day after day, trying to keep my cat from sitting at my laptop. I feel like there's so much more that I should be doing, but instead of actually doing something I'm just sitting in my desk chair and spinning around … Continue reading Quarantine: Week 28

The Hardest Thing About Being a COVID Bride

Back in March, when this whole thing started up, I assumed everything would be back to normal by May, maybe June at the absolute latest. I assumed people would follow guidelines and had no idea that a global pandemic could become a political issue state-side. I felt bad for the April and May brides who … Continue reading The Hardest Thing About Being a COVID Bride