Ben: In my time working for the state government, my job sent me to 46 cities in 11 years. I lived in villages with eight people, rural farming communities, college towns. I was sent to every corner of Indiana. And then, I came here. And I realized that this whole time, I was just wandering around everywhere, just looking for you. Leslie: Okay, well, the first draft of my vows, which I wrote the day after we got engaged, clocked in around 70 pages. But I don’t have them with me today. Although maybe there’s a copy of them in my office… Ben: That’s fine. I think we can just keep going. Leslie: Okay. Here’s what I’ll say though. The things that you have done for me, to help me, support me, surprise me, to make me happy, go above and beyond what any person deserves. You’re all I need. I love you and I like you. Ben: I love you and I like you.
↳ “So I’m in here, and I’m also in the simulation - a younger, stupider me is still in the simulation. How the hell does that even work? And how come nobody else is having this crazy split personality experience?”
I couldn’t find too many templates that I liked online because they did not necessarily suit my needs, so I made different versions! Nothing spectacular. Just something to get the job done. Use the right panel for notes, the left to write prompts or questions (to use in quizzing yourself later), and the bottom for a summary. I think my favorite part about making these is that I can print them double-sided, which isn’t a new idea, but I could not find for the life of me any Cornell Note notepads that were double-sided. I hate wasting paper.