...which, admittedly, I know nearly nothing. First, I'm not overly concerned but I am curious enough to make an inquiry of the brain trust here at AtoZ. We've got an early July date set because we didn't want to wait until 2014 for a Saturday to open at the place we've chosen. Granted, I'm such a relaxed easy going guy that either/or was fine as long as she's happy with the circumstances. Anyways, here we are with just under 6 months to get everything together. Some things are already done or ready to go pending another aspect getting completed. For instance, we're doing a sit down dinner at the reception so we have to do a menu appointment before we can finalize our invitations. ETC. My question revolves around timing and trying to figure out how I should moderate myself and respond the future Mrs. X with regards to her anxiety about getting things done in a timely manner. I feel she's overly anxious about things getting done and she may be thinking that I don't care enough. She hasn't said so because I'm being very helpful with my involvement. So maybe she doesn't think that and I really don't want her to think that. How fast should all this 'stuff' get done? I want to be on target with my own response to the timing. Under ideal circumstances, will it take the entire 6 months to get all the ducks lined up? Or should we push to get it all together as fast as possible to avoid problems?