Ladies and gentlemen, if I've said it once, I've said it a thousand times. YOUR WEDDING DAY IS SUPPOSED TO BE FUN! Will it be hectic, hell yeah. and you should be ready for that. Prepare. Take some yoga and relaxation classes. Get your pilates on. Should it be stressful? Hell no. You know how people get these gorgeous, smiling photographs on the craziest and most hectic day of their lives? Besides downing a bottle or so of wine, half a bottle of whiskey, a pack of Yuengling, and taking a Xanax bar or two, they remember they get to spend the rest of their life with the person they love. You've spent months and/or years planning this day to be perfect, but the honest truth is that who knows how the weather will turn out, how traffic will be...damn you I4, or what will happen that is out of your control. You can only control how you perceive the day. Fact, you will be surrounded by people you love, people who you admire and who admire you. People who want the best for you and want you to be happy. These are the truths that make your wedding day stress free and wonderful. Have fun with your friends, soon, you'll be marrying your best one!
Yesterday I got the chance to go with Frankie and Kelly to Jacksonville beach. We volunteered our time at a Life Rolls On event. "Life Rolls On is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for young people affected by spinal cord injury and utilizes action sports as a platform to demonstrate the infinite possibilities beyond paralysis."
The event was amazing as everyone worked together and enjoyed themselves all while helping others. I brought my camera and was extremely nervous about it the entire time. Just being on the beach scared me but being in the water freaked me out. After the beginning, it was all good, I got more comfortable and just held it over my head, which was good because I got some awesome shots. The surfers were really into it, which helped everyone else get into it. Overall, met some great people, heard some amazing stories, and got some great photos. Until next year, LRO!