I Married You

I Married You
A Blog of Catherine and Richard

I’ve got my veil

Sunday, May 16th 2004 @ 3:51 pm by Catherine

I have finialy got my veil after months of huntting for one. Richard and I were out walking one day when he was visiting me and we found a small wedding shop. So my mum and I went back this week and found a lovely veil which covers my hair without having to get it trimed. It’s quite plain with a little bit of decoration round the edge with chain stich.

This week the plan is to get my boquet and the bridesmaids boquets sorted out, we need to get the colour matched to the dresses for the silk flowers we are getting.

The planing is getting quite stressful but once the invitations are out next month it should be easier with less complicated things to get done.

My leg has healed up and not causing me any trouble now which is good with so much running around to do.

I must be off to deal with some more orgainising. Rolling Eyes

Catherine’s Leg

Tuesday, May 11th 2004 @ 8:58 pm by Richard

Catherine has managed to pull various ligaments in her leg, knee and foot. Surprisingly enough she did not manage this through any heroc dive to save a child, or some nasty ladder accident… no she did it by moving her leg.

We don’t know how it happened, but she was near on immobalised with it after she did it and it is slowly getting better two days later.

We met up with Mark today in town and spent some time with him on the beach before heading up to Churchill Square to have a drink. I am still not well, I was flaking while I was out because of the heat and dehydration. Catherine is worried that I am getting headaches because of the come down from the paracetamol that I am taking to get rid of the headaches, which is odd as I never had that before.

Anyway, we will try and blog more, for all those people that have given up on us and gone away.


Thursday, May 6th 2004 @ 3:04 pm by Catherine

Sorry it’s been a long time since either Richard and I have posted anything on the site, Richard has been very busy doing his coursework and preparing for his exams. I on the other hand have had a lot of problems with my computer which resulted in me doing a complete reinstal only to find out that the hard drive is failling.

Richard is still on his job hut and I am looking at a change of direction in my carear. I want to learn sign language and hopefully get to the level of interpreter. I want to use this with working with deaf children and university students and within the church where deaf people are so often left out.