Monthly Digest – February 2023

By | March 11, 2023

Hello everyone! Hope everyone is having a great day! I’m over here just trying to get my house back to normal and getting caught up on blogging. Hoping one day to get into a good blogging routine. I feel like I’m always saying that. Anyway, here we are for another end of month post. If you want to see last month’s post first, it’s here >>> January

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Such a good month…We can just label February Wedding Month! So many nitty-gritty details. Schedules. Instructions. Since Rob and I were basically the wedding planners, making sure that all of the people helping us knew what/how things were supposed to happen were so important, but exhausting!

Here’s my weekly posts to catch you up.
Week 5
Week 6
Week 7
Week 8

Loving that we got to see Big Daddy Weave in concert again.

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Happy that my thumb that I cut earlier in the month, healed quickly and didn’t hurt tooi bad.

Excited So excited that we got these 2 married and the wedding was amazing!


Reminiscing While writing my toast for the reception and making slideshows for the weekend, I reminisced about Drew’s childhood…



Social Boozy Bouquet night and Rob and I met up with our small group the Tuesday after the wedding.

Work Memories
I had to fire someone. It was my first time to do that. I hated it. However, I think I handled it with the utmost professionalism and kindness.

Lesson Learned All the hard work and so much attention to detail is key when planning a wedding. We learned to much through this wedding planning season. I understand why wedding planners get pain so much, because man, it’s a lot! I also learned about people and human nature throughout the wedding day.

Current Project As I mentioned before, just trying to get my house back to normal. We take a lot of the stuff back to our friends next week, so that will be good. We need to figure out what to do with all the flowers.

Drew is a married man. And it dawned on my the other day, I now have a daughter (in-law). Officially. I mean, she’s been part of the family for 8.5 years. I’ve always said she’s the daughter I never had.


Alex had been teaching Madison how to play chess.

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Rob is a rock star logistics guy.

Most remembered Wedding…hello!

Wearing It’s been pretty warm, so t-shirts and shorts after work.

This Weekend Hopefully, lots of rest, a nap, lots of cleaning and organizing.

Looking Forward to Next Month We don’t have a ton planned for March. Thank goodness! We have a wedding to attend at the end of the month. No spring break trip for us this year.


Eating Didn’t eat great in February. I constantly tried to stick with low carb, but all the wedding festivities and leftovers made it more difficult.

Favorite The fillet mignon and Amsterdam is superb!

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I am way behind on my Watching & Listening Post, but you can click the TV to go to the most recent pot. Hope to get one of those posts up soon.

Watching & Listening Post

Favorite Pic For this I try to post a picture, I haven’t already posted and while I took lots and lots of wedding pics, I can’t choose a favorite that I haven’t posted. I do like this pic from our Boozy Bouquet night.

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Look back at last month.


Linking up with Shay and Sheaffer for What’s Up Wednesday.

4 thoughts on “Monthly Digest – February 2023

  1. Tanya

    This was such a big month for your family, and you deserve a rest after all that hard work. That must have been so hard to fire someone…ugh. Enjoy the beautiful spring weather!

    1. Lysha Post author

      Thank you. Yeah, not the best day on the job, but necessary and they were very understanding.

  2. Joanne

    It was such a busy month! I was my own wedding planner and it was a lot to remember and keep track of everything and so many details.

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