We decided to stick around for a day instead of jetting off to our honeymoon right after the wedding. We didn't leave until Monday morning, which gave us all day Sunday to clean up, relax, sleep off the festivities, eat leftovers, and spend some quality time with friends and family who we rarely get to see and who come from far away to be there. The boys mostly slept, but I spent hours relaxing under the tents and talking with my grandparents, aunts, old family friends, and my lovely Australian girlfriends I met in England. I'm really glad we had that time. I got to ask couples who have been married for decades about their weddings and the life decisions they made so long ago. It's a scary thing, making these life decisions. Deciding where to live and what to do to earn a living. Everyone just does what's best for them at the time and eventually things work out. I just have to be patient, keep working hard and stay positive, and eventually Jeffery and I will have the house with the big kitchen and garden and puppies and kitties running around and there will always be flowers.