Over our 14 year relationship Vernon has burned me many CD's; and as technology changed, shared many digital songs with me. I thought that if there is a while in between blog posts I would do a quick post on one of "our songs" that pops into my head; and we have lots of them.
This one is special to me because it is the theme song to one of our favorite movies "Four Weddings and a Funeral". He's also sent it to me on a CD. I get emotional every time I hear it.
Sunday, March 30, 2014
Thursday, March 6, 2014
We got married July 27. It was an intimate ceremony at my parents' house. Last summer was rainy and cool and on our wedding day it drizzled off and on all morning. The plan was to do everything outside: Get married, play cornhole and enjoy our shredded turkey sandwiches in the sunshine. I was stressing over the sporadic rain but when it came to "I do" time, it stopped. We had our ceremony, took pictures, and it started up again. I feel like God stopped the rain just for us. The photos below were taken by a local photographer, Mearleen's Photography. She also made us the most amazing DVD. The DVD was very important to us because Vernon's parents were not able to be at the wedding. I told Mearleen how we wanted it done so that my future in-laws didn't miss anything. She delivered exactly what we wanted. We couldn't have asked for a more perfect wedding day.
|Vernon, my daughter and nephews decorating the sign for the four wheeler.|
|We wanted an eggless cake and a local girl who bakes as a hobby sold her first cakes to us. She went above and beyond to find the most amazing eggless cake recipe and then perfected it.|
|This handsome couple graced the top of my parents' wedding cake many years ago.|
|We did a "first look". Then I put on his boutonniere|
|I was trying so hard not to cry.|
|I love this girl!|
|Ok Ok, I had to throw a little bit of Yooper in there.|
|I can't believe we all fit inside. My family did an amazing job moving everything into the house.|
|I wish we could do it again.|