2014 may have been my favourite year! Let’s take a look back at what I did.
I went with my mom, aunt, sister and grandma to Beckers Bridal to pick out my wedding dress.
I won an engagement shoot from Olive Photography so, The Mister and I bundled up and took some photos. We became tourists in our own city and visited the Bata Shoe Museum and Ripley’s Aquarium. I was diagnosed with Celiac Disease and started a gluten-free diet. A couple friends along with The Mister and I went to see the Veronica Mars movie. It didn’t disappoint!
My wedding dress came in! Also at the beginning of the month, I went with my three best friends and sister to find their bridesmaids dresses.
I went to my first Gluten-free Expo! Thanks to a malfunctioning shunt, I was in and out of emergency rooms trying to get some surgery to stop the headaches and nausea.
I finally had my brain surgery and The Mister was a great nurse, taking care of me. One week after surgery, I was back to work! I also went to visit the nubbins of flowers at my aunt and uncle’s farm, which were to become our wedding flowers.
I watched my cousin get married to the love of his life in a beautiful woodland ceremony.
I participated in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. I had my 28th birthday, gluten-free style at The Kensington Cornerstone. My sister and aunts threw me a bridal shower.
The Mister and I took some time out of wedding planning and saw The Book of Mormon musical. We watched the Blue Jays with the best seats ever- 8 rows back from home plate.
On October 4th, The Mister and I tied the knot! A week later, we were spending our first Thanksgiving as a married couple at my parents cottage near Lakefield.
I went with a friend to the Distillery District Christmas Market. I went to my second gluten-free food festival. Just like a lot of other women, I did the post-wedding chop! I told you about my families Christmas traditions.