Begin a stress-relief regimen. Reserve at least one night a week for some non-wedding fun or quiet time to regroup.So, tonight wasn't about weddings (or even mirrors, for that matter, though I managed to avoid them). Tonight was about M. (Oh, what the heck, his name is MICHAEL!) We (Michael, his mom and I) celebrated Michael's graduation from the Stanford Biodesign program.
He's been at Stanford for almost 1 year, and he's accomplished SO much, both professionally, academically, and personally. I'm incredibly proud of him, and it was wonderful to see him recognized (along with the other members of his class) in a beautiful graduation ceremony. He really excelled at this program. So much so, that he's been asked to stick around for an extra year (woah!).
Tonight was more of a "non-wedding fun" kind of thing, and less of a "stress-relief regimen" or "quiet time to regroup" so I'll have to revisit this task again to refine it. In the meantime.... CONGRATULATIONS MICHAEL!! I love you and am so proud!
On a side note:
Dear writers at TheKnot.com,
Does anybody actually spend EVERY SINGLE NIGHT OF THE WEEK planning their wedding? Really? Are you sure? Because I think that's kind of crazy.
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