Relationships were a little give and a little take. She knew that not everything could always be happy. It had worked that way in friendship too, but they took the good and the bad in stride. There wasn't really any other way to do it.
When he turned towards her, she adjusted slightly, looping her arms around his shoulders, just keeping him close. For a moment, she pondered about what she could possibly say to keep his mind off of the vision. Their wedding and the murals were what consumed her time right now...it was all she'd been able to think about.
"I'm about half done with the fairy garden mural at Ellie's," she started, because he had said anything, "It's so intricate. But I'm glad that you talked me into doing it. I'll probably really start on the one with the dragons next week. And I've been looking at flowers for the bouquets and the reception. I don't entirely know which ones will work best, but there are some names jotted down. The invitations are coming together nicely too," she just rambled, knowing that this kind of talk probably seemed shallow in comparison to what they had been discussing, but maybe lighthearted was what he needed. And well...these were things that he'd be interested to know anyway.