September 20, 2007


I had really forgotten how nervewracking one's own wedding is.

CaliValleyGirl and fiance are hanging in there, both a tad frazzled about the whole event tomorrow. Most of their friends here are single, so I don't quite think anyone understands why they're so stressed. But I remember it well: wanting to puke for two days and feeling like nothing was going to get done on time. But it all magically does.

Hawaii is beautiful. But I sure didn't expect to wake up to a cacophony of roosters this morning. So odd.

More later...

Posted by: Sarah at 04:17 PM | Comments (5) | Add Comment
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1 Give her a hug from me. Tell her it will all be perfect! *grin*

Posted by: Teresa at September 20, 2007 06:02 PM (rVIv9)

2 Oh the wedding stress.....I remember it well...well it was a blur and a really long time ago, but nonetheless it was just as you describe...wish the couple good luck from the East Coast and many years of Happiness!!!! Enjoy your HI time....I'm envious, you live in Germany, which I so so miss....and now you are in my other favorite part of the world..... Sarah, can I be you when I grow up??? Please? ~ASW

Posted by: A Soldier's Wife at September 21, 2007 04:32 AM (M7kiy)

3 Sarah, Where did you end up staying? I would rather wake up to the cooing of the doves instead of roosters. Don't forget to squeeze in the Diamondhead hike if you have the time. Also sunrise at Makapuu beach and sunset at Ala Moana beach. I was going to suggest Makaha beach but too many locals there dislike haole's.

Posted by: R1 at September 21, 2007 05:47 AM (b8byF)

4 The stress from my wedding never ended.

Posted by: Green at September 21, 2007 09:29 AM (VqW06)

5 took us awhile after first being stationed in hawaii to get accoustomed to the roosters, but soon they blended. loved our 3 years there and would love to get back! enjoy your time!

Posted by: Mel at September 23, 2007 09:26 PM (ZHI1a)

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