The Perfect Wedding Dress

Last night, I dreamt about my upcoming nuptials. Typically, my dreams are about being at a wedding, but I do not think I have ever been the bride before now.

I was wearing the perfect dress: a strapless ballgown with soft, silky embroidery. The bottom was poofy, but not obnoxiously so. The wedding itself was outdoors, in a beautiful but maze-like garden. It was a bit strange in the sense that everyone was having to walk in a line towards the area where the minister was. I was somewhere in the middle of the line, and my groom to be was already up front. Maybe it was my dream’s compensation for the nervousness that I might feel when walking down the aisle.

Probably the oddest, but funniest part, was that I saw someone ahead of me in line that I have not seen in years, and I told them to google “kikolani” to find my blog. I guess that is a sign that I have been a big blog crazy recently, as someone told me on Twitter the other day.

All and all, I woke up in a nice, romantic mood, which is a great way to start the day. Especially when waking up next to the wonderful man who will be the groom in my real-life, dream come true wedding next year.

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Kristi Hines is a freelance writer, blog marketing expert, and social media enthusiast who enjoys photography, tennis, and the outdoors. This is my personal blog that encompasses pretty much whatever is on my mind. Follow me on Google+, Twitter, and Facebook.