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Everyone keeps telling me how stressful this wedding planning stuff is supposed to be. And, um, I don't know how to say this but...I don't get it. It's been great. Caleb and I have the same taste and he's a huge help, we're not picky and we've made it fun. Plus, I know we've only been engaged a couple weeks but we were planning it all way before so...yeah, we're basically done.
And now, reality is starting to set in. It's not just planning a wedding, it's planning a life. A life that molds well with another persons, and encompasses both of your future plans. Don't get me wrong, I'm loving this part too. I guess I just feel like a little kid who was suddenly thrown into a big-kid situation. (Referring to adults as "big kids" probably isn't helping me here any.)
First, we went apartment hunting. We found one I thought was reasonable, and when we were looking at it I think I went into "little girl playing house" mode and immediately fell in love. But Caleb, always the level-headed one, wasn't so sure. It worked out for the best, because later we decided looking at houses would be a much better option for us. I'm starting to see what a blessing this whole having a partner thing can be!
So, we've spent the last week remodeling houses we found online into our dream starter-homes, and last night we went to bed early because today we got to go look at houses! It was like Christmas morning...until we saw some of them. I don't want to be a princess or anything, but we are way too good for some of those houses. In that, we aren't farm animals.
Ok, that was a little harsh, but you get the point that we were both pretty surprised by what we found. Luckily, the day ended with a really nice find, and our home-hunting isn't over! It's exciting to be looking for a place we get to share together! Because, let me tell you, they weren't lying....being engaged is the worst! I hate leaving him all the time, every day we are like little kids being dragged away from Disneyworld to our separate homes which are a devastating 20 minutes apart. Might as well be the Atlantic ocean. You get it, we're pathetic. 
Also, off topic, but does anyone know where I can register for one of these?

                                                                       I need one.