I went to Annie’s wedding roughly a month ago. Annie has always been a friend, she was my partner for one of my major projects from OCAD. Remembered the time we traveled to Center Island during some icy snowstorm that one year.
"Let’s check out the site and the landscape."
"Can’t see anything, it’s covered in snow."
Haha, fun times.
Recently, a lot of my friends have been getting engaged, married, or getting pregnant. I don’t really know how I feel about that. I mean, obviously I am happy for them. At the same time, it reflects on my life. What am I doing? What do I want? I am pretty sure these go for all people in the 20s… or just all people, but still. Growing up is a weird thing. Sometimes, I am envious of people who seem to have things figured out, but I also know that I have qualities that other people don’t have, so there’s no point to pine for things I don’t have. Life. haha
Before this gets too deep…
Look at us and the pretty bride!
Annie’s wedding reception was fun and nicely organized. The colour theme is Light blue and yellow, a classic combo. The entrance is decorated with their engagement photos. A balloon filled photo area was set up along side with props.
The inside of the banquet hall and the table set up. I loved the fact that she used lemons as her main center piece element. it’s cute, simple and a pretty good take home gift for the guests haha. Joking on the last part. Not gonna lie though, I did take one and cooked asparagus with it. =P and it was good.
They also got us all Jelly beans XD. Give Richard some candy and he will be happy for the day.
The wedding cake is done by the cake business Annie works with herself. Did I mention Annie is an amazing Cake maker?
Toasting with the Bride and Groom. Congratulation to Sukhyun & Annie! =D
Yay! Happy people, photo props, dance floor, open bar, dessert table, most importantly- good friends. What more do you want?
I dreamt that I traveled 10 years back in time and met all my friends. They were all very different. Some were lost, some were in the wrong places. And I was like “Man, I am from the future. And if you see what you’re like in 10 years, you’re all gonna be proud, because you guys are going to be so much better.” and then I woke up.
It has been exactly a week since I parted ways with my locks of 8 years. Most of my acquaintances were shocked, they found my gesture rather impulsive, but I have always seen it coming. And to be honest, I was quite happy when the deed was done.
That being said, there are things, small things I started to realize that I probably need some getting used to.
First off, the back of my head is rather prickly. I can’t stop touching it.
I am using a considerably lesser amount of shampoo.
When I stretch my hand to my back, all I get is emptiness, instead of the usual “fingers being caught in a web of hair.”
When I go to bed, I sometimes still do this (now seemingly rather pointless) hair flicking motion so that my “hair” won’t get caught between my back and the bed.
When I am wearing a scarf, I often absentmindedly try to pull my hair out then realized there’s nothing there.
When I am out under the chilly wind, I feel rather naked.
In the back of my mind, I think there’s still a lock of phantom hair attached to my head.
Again, small things. Adjustments are needed I suppose.