I have always loved these words from e.e. cummings, they only become more true as I become older. For months I've been trying to find a way to incorporate them into my home, finally landing on customizing a free wedding invite download from Download and Print. Easy peasy. If you're in the market for invites, or word art, and have access to a color printer, be sure to check out that site. Totally devoid of cheesy clip art and 80's inspired rose-and-ring invites, but best of all-a 100% free dowload straight to your computer in a tidy Word document.
Speaking of growing up, today marks my 5th anniversary at my job-my first grown-up job with a desk, business cards, vacation time and a 401k (or is it a 401b? Hmm.). Oh, and sweet co-workers who laugh lovingly as I worry about my biological clock, stress about the latest man-drama and hefty student loans. When you're single, you celebrate anniversaries with your job, your apartment, your car, your school. It may sound lonely, but it really isn't. It just makes for that much more celebrating, and no need to buy anyone gifts.
Well, except for myself. :)
On your journey to who you are today, what was your most courageous move?