Thanks for the replies.
I will eliminate the silk liner. I am a little worried about warmth through the night, but I will be doing a couple trial runs next month and in July to give me a gauge for warmth.
I will probably eliminate the deodorant too.
The list only includes clothes that will be in the pack. I did not include clothing that I will wear on the first day. My thought is that I will wash and dry a shirt, shorts, underwear, and socks every night(or every other night) to keep a rotation.
The bivy is larger than your standard bivy. It is 8 feet in length, it has space up at the head to store my pack and other items so the weight reflects the larger size.
I recently purchased the sleeping bag, I'm on a limited budget, and in hindsight I realize that I probably could have purchased a lighter bag for similar money. I understand that I could save a pound of weight by changing this out. I'll have to see what my funds are like prior to the hike. I would love to make my own bag, so that might be an option, but for now I going to plan on sticking with the sleeping bag I have currently.
The shovel is for when nature calls, but maybe I will get rid of it and dig a hole with my heel.
My esbit stove measurement includes a 2.5 cup pot for cooking. I also have a jetboil that I may bring instead but it is 21oz as opposed to the 8oz set for the esbit set.
I plan on running my sawyer filter inline of the hose in my water bladder. I will be drinking 95% of my water directly from the camelback bladder. My thought is that I would bring the 1L sawyer bag for retrieving water at night, or as extra storage to put into my camelback bladder.