There’s been a lot of excitement in my life recently, especially when it comes to my upcoming wedding. Between favors, venue, food, music, the service itself, and everything else, it’s been a hectic few months of planning, but it’s been a lot of fun too. A lot of the prep’s done now, though, so getting a short bit of time to relax has been nice and hopefully will allow me to start working on some other projects that I’m looking forward to getting to grips with.
One other thing that I’m hoping to find some more time for is playing my violin again. I haven’t touched it in a while now, which I’m a little sad about – but there just hasn’t been time. At the very least, though, I have put together a nice list of things that I want to try when I can find the time – first on that list is the Mozart Concerto in A major, which I’ve listened to a lot recently. I’m really enamored of the third movement.
I know I don’t talk about music a lot on this blog, and I’m not honestly sure why I don’t – I absolutely love music in general, both listening to it and playing it. I think that might be something you see more here in the future, along with the tech stuff.
Anyway, the title of this post was “Excitement and anxiety”, and I swear there’s a good reason for that. I submitted Sarah’s I-129Fback in September, and now that we’re coming up on November, I’ve watched the processing times at the relevant visa center (Texas) very closely to see when I’ll be receiving communication – and from the looks of it, it could be pretty soon. The reason this makes me a bit anxious is not because of the possibility of it being declined – something like 99.5% of applications get approved, so no worries there, really – but rather that there’s alot of stuff that has to be done as soon as I get that notification. Letters to get written, documentation to get put together…yeah. Busy times. Definitely worth it at the end of the day, though.
Anyway, it’s going to be a very busy next couple of months. I’m looking forward to it, but at the same time I’m just going to have to make sure I’m not overwhelmed by all the stuff coming in. Either way, I’ll keep you all posted.