I still can’t believe how quickly time flies! Only 44 days left till our trip to Fiji, but there is still so much to do. It’s getting harder and harder to remain calm. Believe me, it’s really not so easy to plan such a great trip, especially when you need to overcome the 15,000 kilometers and stay there, somewhere in the middle of the ocean, for a month. It’s a real challenge!
You have no idea, how I want this trip or… maybe you already know, because I repeat this to you since when we came up to go there. This is one of our biggest dreams and we’re giving all our energies to achieve this. Many don’t even understand why we’re doing that – why we travel so far, if we could celebrate our wedding somewhere much closer – for example somewhere on the Mediterranean coast. It would be really cheaper and probably less problematic. There is some truth in that but it would be someone else’s dream, not ours.
We are both fighters. We don’t surrender, even when it’s unbearably difficult. We support each other and firmly believe that if we’ll fight for our dreams together, we must succeed. Because only when we are together, we are unshakeable – this is the foundation of our faith.
This time our dream is to reach the Fiji, despite the fact that it’s terribly far away from our home, and to get married in one of those wild beautiful beaches. We want to escape from all over the world that at least for a month there could be only two of us. Sounds naively? Perhaps so. But who can tell me how dreams should sound?
I’m not going to hide this from you – I’m really worried about everything. We already have tickets but still need to get visas (did you know that almost all countries citizens don’t need to get visa, except Lithuanians?). We still need to get my husband outfit for the wedding, to find a good photographer and yet all those thoughts about the high costs…
As you can see there is still a lot of worries and only 44 days to resolve them. We’re working from early morning till late evening every day whether it’s a weekend or a simple day. We don’t count the days anymore because they are running out too fast. Recently we became very irritable, impatient and sometimes everything seems terribly difficult but we’re trying to stay strong and to not give up.
This is our dream, a new stage of life, and we both know that this is really worth fighting for.