I was all set to go quit my job so that I could stay home and knit/play on the knitting internet full time, then I realized that if I do that, there will never be any cash-ola to buy stuff to knit with, and they'd cut off my internet access.
~ Marriage License obtained ~ space for ceremony/Minister of Ceremonies booked ~ my ring (inherited from my paternal grandmother, via my mother - yes, I know that's an odd way of doing things) ~ Fred's outfit (he's wearing a suit and whatever shirt/tie he feels like putting on that day) ~ restaurant reservation (although I'll be confirming it again a little closer to the date. The girl (and yes, I mean girl, not woman) seemed a little distracted and giggly when I called, and thought I said five, not twenty-five) ~ asked friend to take photos ~ guest list finalized (of course, with only 25 people invited, that was pretty quick) ~ asked my mom and Fred's oldest friend (who just happens to be here from Texas at the time!) to be our witnesses
Still to do
~ get Fred's ring ~ get fabric for my dress, figure out what I'm putting on my head (I can't decide between a beaded snood, or a beaded circlet), make dress/jewelery/head thing ~ make and send invites that need mailing, hand out the rest, make map to go in invitations ~ talk to Minister of Ceremonies about the ceremony to find out how it all works, and if we can have music ~ if we can have music, find some (we have ideas, but nothing concrete) ~ figure out what I'm missing and do that