I’m glad to be back. We’ve just came from a wedding on the weekend and it’s our last commitment after a hectic start to the year. I feel as though we really haven’t stopped.
You guys are loving the sneaky snaps that I’ve been popping on Instagram of the wedding. I love it and honestly I do want to share more but I want to wait until after we get our professional photos and video back. If you’re a long time reader you’ll know I like to feel all the feels and experience things. Although I do share everything (just about) I also like to reserve time for experiences beforehand. It’s like when you wrap a present up for Christmas and pop it under the tree to be enjoyed before handing it over for the receiver and everyone else to enjoy too. It will come! I promise. I know alot of you will just want too see/stalk our day (don’t blame you) but I also want to make sure what I put out there is kinda helpful too. I’ll find a balance – I have a few more weeks to think of the approach I’ll take. If you guys have anything you definitely want to know about or questions about it let me know! I may even do a Q&A for one of the posts?…..
If you follow me over on Instagram, which you should if you don’t because I’m working my butt off at it at the moment, then you would’ve seen we attended two weddings in the past few weeks. At the first I unfortunately had a drunk lady pull me off a stage with such force I landed in a weird position on my hand. We ended up spending the next day in emergency because I was convinced that I had broken something but it has been cleared and put down to a torn ligament. I’m a fairly independent person so last week when the pain was super bad I was a mess. I hate having to rely on other people for things!! Now the pain is bearable and I’m hoping it’s not too long before it’s 100%. The most annoying thing is that I was drunk but not THAT drunk and it wasn’t self inflicted but I have to deal with it.
Another thing I wanted to update you on is that Isaac and I are slowly making the transition over to being vegan. Isaac has made the biggest change in cutting out dairy whereas I’m working on cutting out eggs as they were the things we had left in our individual diets to go. As I’ve said in so many posts beforehand eggs are something we have mixed views on because we both had chickens growing up that were so loved and looked after. I think the aim for us is too only eat them when they are from home (Isaac’s parents still have chickens). It hasn’t been hard for us so far apart from when we have attended events. If anyone knows of any great egg replacements for pancakes let me know plzzzzzzz!
How was your week? Let me know about the questions about the wedding if you have any too xx
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