The wedding! Keith, who is pictured below, (which I am sure he will hate me for posting but somehow it is the only shot I have of him! I need to work on actually taking my camera out of the camera bag and getting shots. I didn't aket one picture during the actual wedding!!) gave away his daughter on Saturday. It was a cute ceremony in the old theater in downtown Dallas and it was full of personality and spunk. I love a wedding to SCREAM who the couple is and I think this one did a great job at that!
(Jan was all smiles-too bad I didn't catch the picture when she was making a funny face-me and my slow camera hand-again...I need lots of practice with my skills!!)
(Kevin and I finally got a shot that worked-it took about 6 to get the flash to work and both be actually looking at the camera! Kevin kept looking away-what is it with guys and not wanting to get their picture taken?)
(Mom and dad-she wanted a new shot for her facebook page, I guess that means I am going to have to upload these for her!)
The same evening as the wedding, there was a car show in downtown Dallas, so we skipped out of the reception early-Kevin was one happy hubby-and walked around the car show. We got pictures next to our favorites.
(Mom and I next to one that reminded her of her Grandpa's when she was a girl!)
(Here is dad next to one he thought was nice!)
(Kev and I in front of the Shelby-which when looking through later he was so upset that you can't see the enitre car-dad took the picture for us and cut off the car because he was concentrating on us-at least it seems to be a pretty good shot of us so I still love the picture!)
(With my Mustang (although I want a blue one with white stripes) and yes that is a truck beside it that is on such jacked up wheels there is a ladder to get in with-you can tell we are in Paulding county!)
And last big news of the weekend! Kevin stayed super busy all day on Sunday putting together my kitchen floors. Praise the Lord it's a miracle-they went down and all we need to do now is put down the quarter round and seal the seams!! (After over three months of having them partially put down-I was going mad!!-it is such a relief and joy to have them nearly complete!)
I hope everyone had a wonderful weekend full of happy moments and wonderful memories! Hopefully no one else had to make such a hard and heartbreaking decision, but if you did then remember to concentrate on the happy moments, because that's what is really important! If you remember-I've got the joy, joy, joy, joy down in my heart...then everything else will pale in comparison to that love and joy and acceptence you feel!