Planning a wedding together with my fiance is definitely an eye opener experience for me, as well for him.
I can't remember the countless disagreements that we had on certain things. Yet, these arguments somehow brought us even closer. Although we've known each other for 8 years, there are still sides of him that I've never known before and like-wise for him. We're quite surprise actually because we thought that we've known each other enough.
Last night, we sat down and talked. Of how rigid I can be and how indecisive he can be. He praised me for being the most systematic, efficient and a good planner he ever met. (No surprise there, which explained why my major is industrial planning/consulting) But he said, I need to tone down a bit as I'm rigid and don't tolerate with delay or any unplanned things well. Which I bitterly admit.
I honestly don't know when or how it changes me. I mean, I used to be someone who not care much about wedding before. I don't bother to take photographs with brides (still is, actually) and to ooh and aahh over wedding-y stuffs before. Yet, here I am, blogging about my wedding preparation. The thing that still separate me from being a total bridezilla is putting a countdown ticker on my blog. Like, do I need a constant reminder of how soon time is running out for me? No, I don't. Thank you.
My fiance also admit that he can be the most indecisive person on earth and don't know how to say no to others. Whilst I on the other hand, the firmest person among us. When I say no, there's no room for argument. (Works well in Jakel. Hiks) Afterall, my fiance is a peoples person. What we lack in ourselves, we compensate in our better halves.
We never organize a major event or work together which explain the here and there disagreement. The only time we worked together was planning a week backpacking trip to Italy for 4 persons in summer 2007. Which I was the head organizer. He merely booked the hostels and the plane tickets. Hiks. Tu pun beli tiket flight silap tarikh. Meroyan kejap. Nasib baik one of the hostels were kind enough to change the date.
As being advised by H's cousins, I should enjoy the ride and not get so stressed out. Wedding afterall should be an enjoyable event and not a pulling hair one.
Oh well, I think I need to breath and reboot.