One Day More…

Well I’m alive, and struggling with feelings of guilt like I have never known (except for maybe the time I got my neighbor friend’s bike stolen when I was nine years old).

I got married 10 days ago, and between catching flights, and not having internet access for the past week and a half, have been too busy to post anything since. I had a wedding reception a week before that, and haven’t posted anything from there, either.

But…I did write a quasi-post the night before we got married–only I was too exhausted to click the orange “publish post” button. Seriously. So I will go ahead and post that now, but keep in mind it is almost two weeks outdated…

“One day more…

It’s more like 12 hours, actually.

Been a bit too busy to blog lately. Haven’t even written in my journal. How dreadful! I will want to remember this special and exciting time in my life, and here I’ve not even recorded anything– anywhere–for the past two weeks. Good thing we’re having a week-long honeymoon; hopefully I’ll find time to get caught up on the happenings of the past few days. Our posterity (supposing we reproduce, that is) would want to know about it.

I’m getting married tomorrow. What am I doing tonight? Went to Sonic… Worked on our wedding video… Snapped at some of the people I love most… Is that how it’s supposed to go? I’m not sure. I’m just beginning a long life of not being sure I’m doing stuff the right way.”

{Back to real time}

So that was my state of mind the night before I got married. Did I sound a bit lost? Well, I’m not feeling any of that now. Inasmuch as my entire married life to date has been bouncing from hotel room to cruise ship to tropical island, I must say I’m loving the new life. {Ask me in a few days after dealing with packing 21 years of bedroom and lugging it across the 49th parallel, and I might not sound so chipper.} I have lots and lots to catch up on, but I can’t feel right about doing that until I have some decent pictures to post. I am writing this from the lobby of the Comfort Suites in Ft. Lauderdale, so it might be awhile until I can really sink my teeth in and get caught up on the blog.

Until later, then…

About Camille

I'm Camille. I have a butt-chin. I live in Canada. I was born in Arizona. I like Diet Dr. Pepper. Hello. You can find me on Twitter @archiveslives, Facebook at, instagram at ArchivesLives, and elsewhere.
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15 Responses to One Day More…

  1. Molly says:

    I tagged you. Read my blog and have fun!!

  2. Raygon says:

    i have been checking your blog EVERYDAY for an update on the wedding. although this one is not really a complete update, it is good to have some news. i cant wait to see pics and hear more! good luck in canada!

  3. Loralee Choate says:

    You’re married! YAY! Just relax and enjoy the honeymoon, sweets. You can catch up on this stuff later.

  4. Lindsey Burnham says:

    Oh! It’s so good to see new words on this blog of your! I’m glad that you are back safe and sound. Married married married… you sound so happy and peaceful and that is a splendid thing indeed. I can’t wait to see you tomorrow!

  5. Kristi K. says:

    Congrats!!! I am bummed I couldn’t make it to the reception but I am so happy for you!! Enjoy married life!!

  6. afton says:

    thank you for not forgetting us, your loyal fans! you are too good to us all…

  7. Holly Janeen says:

    i dont think that you couldve described the “night before” feelings any better.
    i felt EXACTLY the same way- and i love how you described being far away from those feelings now… ITS SO TRUE…
    being married is splindid. an adventure none the less… but completely glorious.
    i am happy for you.
    be happy, relish the love you share and ENJOY LIFE TO ITS FULLEST! :)

  8. LetterToKayleen says:

    “I’m just beginning a long life of not being sure I’m doing stuff the right way.”

    i felt like that my whole marriage until i realized there’s no wrong way, right way. only your way, their way.

    congrats on starting your own way and your own traditions.

  9. Anonymous says:

    YOUR ALIVE!!! i too have been checking your blog everyday hoping for some sign of life and today it was come!! yay!!! so glad to hear you happily married c.

  10. Spencer and Jami says:

    your reception was the new reception to reckon with! I feel like I want to get married again, so that I can have one just like yours! I am so glad that things are going so well for you, married life is wonderful, just wait till you have kids!

  11. Anonymous says:

    Oh, Mill, I’m sorry I haven’t checked or written your blog…I kept checking and checking when you were on your honeymoon, but to no avail. I guess I gave up. I’m looking forward to some GORGEOUS wedding pictures; they are to die for, folks! My sister was possibly the most beautiful bride in the world. Anyway, I’m glad you’re back, but will be so sad to lose you to the Canadian contingency in a couple days. They are lucky…

  12. Anonymous says:

    I’ve seen the wedding photos, they have been online for a few days.

  13. Anonymous says:

    YES! A post! we’ve all been anticipating it. I can’t wait to see some photos of your new life! Images of Nature isn’t the same without you. Blog more soon!!! I have had blogging thoughts in my head lately so maybe I’ll get to it soon too! ~A

  14. lindser-lou says:

    camille, i never knew how much i depended on your blog to get me thru each work day….
    and how sad i feel when i log in and there are no comments from you, and no new blogs to comment on!

    get back and write new blogs quick!!!
    I NEED YOU!!!!

  15. Anonymous says:

    The day before, as the weeks before, were hard. I am glad they are over . It hurt a lot when you snapped, but knowing that you were nervous and anxious makes it better. Getting married is a new adventure and one that you will enjoy. The Canada part is hard on all of us. We love you and want you close. I have waited to read this because I knew it would be too hard. I am so glad that you got the things that you wanted in your wedding and reception. We worked hard to make your dream become a reality. Now you have your whole life to look back on the beginning as you prepare for the end and the return to our HEavenly Parents. I love you and I miss you already. I will let you know when I finally go into your room. Until that time, THE DOOR IS SEALED!
    Love you always and forever.

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