My Spanish teacher freshman year of high school hated teaching Spanish. Seriously. I know that sounds ridiculous, but she also taught French, and much preferred everything about that, including her French students. Her room was decorated with French vocabulary and posters, and I'm pretty sure one day she told us flat-out that she hated the … Continue reading Well, it’s RE-becca
A momentous life event took place in the fall of my freshman year of high school: my first kiss. Our story begins the night of the homecoming dance. My date was the boy in the picture below. He was not my future first kiss. (C'mon. You know I never pass up the opportunity to share … Continue reading It Just Sat There…
As you all know, I started my new job this week. As such, I have had minimal time/ no brain power to write this week. Luckily, I was featured on a guest post over at Wed in Central Park! Click on over there to check out five things I loved about my wedding.
The series is so cute. I really enjoyed reading what details other brides loved about their wedding. What’s that saying? “Sometimes it’s the smallest things that take up the biggest space in our hearts,” or something like that. I think this series perfectly captures that.
Also, this probably counts as a Timeline of Lurrvee post, right??
This is the eighth in a series of blog posts about those little things that make a wedding special to the couple. It is called Five Things I Loved About My Wedding. This series is intended to provide some inspiration for couples who are currently planning their wedding. Many couples have a big vision of what they want on the day, but this series is about the details. Most of the weddings discussed in this series will have taken place in Central Park, but some weddings from other locations will be featured. This wedding took place on a beach, which I think is what a lot of people think of when someone says “destination wedding”. Becca married Steve on a beach in the Riveria Maya in Mexico in July of last year. Becca blogs at The Married Cat Lady, but dog lovers like myself will be happy to…
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The Timeline of Lurrvee is back! Check out 1, 2, or 3 if you missed them! It didn't take long for me to realize Steve was the one. I remember writing it in my phone when I was out one night, and reading it the next morning. In fact, I just found it in my … Continue reading The Timeline of Lurrvee: Part Quattro
A couple weeks ago I wrote a guest post over on The Shameful Sheep. As I'm still on vacation, I thought this would be an excellent opportunity to share it here, if you hadn't yet read it! Annoyingly, I can't seem to reblog on my phone, so I'll just have to link to the post … Continue reading Only Weirdos Go to Panera…
When you're little and you need to get somewhere fast, what do you do? You ride your bike, right? I was no different. I learned to ride a bike at the appropriate age (ahem, Rachel), I had no trouble getting the hang of it, and so I loved riding my bike, just like every other … Continue reading Risky Riding
Middle School. Do those words make you want to run away screaming? Probably. I am a middle school teacher. When I tell people that, they have one of two reactions: 1. "Ugh, you're a saint!" or 2. "Ugh, why?!" (Some days, I ask myself the same question. At this point in the year, I ask … Continue reading I’m Sorry, No…
We are back for some more lurrvee story-telling. If you have no idea what I'm talking about you can see Part 1 HERE and Part Deux HERE. Even though only four people voted on the last post (two of whom are related to me...), I've decided to write about option 4: When we went to … Continue reading The Timeline of Lurrvee: Part III
Steve kept texting me, too. Katy thinks he might actually like me, perhaps more than just shenanigans, and I think she might be right. “Oh most definitely you are [a nerd], but it’s attractive.” “I’m always hanging on your every word.” He’s sweet... When we last discussed the Timeline of Lurrvee, I told you the … Continue reading The Timeline of Lurrvee: Part Deux
I'm a chatty person; you've probably figured that out by now. So is my friend Katelyn. And, we're both a little weird. Last weekend, I fed her a jello shot using a very tiny spoon. Back in college, Katelyn and I were hanging out, and decided we would grab a movie, some snacks, and a … Continue reading Freeze Pops are just like ice cubes, right?