We all know that brides and grooms want to look their best
on their honeymoon. Here is my favorite son workin’ his hair
so that he can attempt to measure up to the loveliness of his bride.
I do think he ended up looking pretty fine!
(But then I’m his mom, and it’s my job to think that way.)
I love to see happiness shining from these faces.
This is one of my favorite pictures from their honeymoon.
And may I just say that I’m still amazed that my son was even on his honeymoon?
Is it possible that I am old enough to have a son of honeymoonin’ age?
Sigh. It seems that I am.
How is it possible that these little hands . . .
. . .turned into these big, ol’ hands?
And wearing a wedding ring, besides.
Nathan and Meagan had a rip-roarin’ time going hither and yon to wherever
it was that they were going hither and yon to.
(How is that for a sentence rife with descriptive details?)
Why do they have on their sad faces?
What could possibly be wrong?
Ahh. It turns out that these pictures were taken at the end of their honeymoon.
But those two don’t stay sad for long.
As they arrived home, it was all smiles.
It was all thumbs up.
It was all good.
Here are a few more shots from the wedding.
For some reason, whenever I look at this picture,
I think it looks like Nathan and Meagan with their six children.
And then that makes me smile.
(Crazy, I know.)
On another note . . .
I want to thank everyone for your sweet comments about the Thanksgiving story. (At last count, over 50 comments have come in from those segments.) Thank you for sharing stories from your own lives about times when you reached out to others in need, and thanks for sharing about other times when you’ve been the one in need of peace and comfort.
I feel blessed to be a part of this community and I feel strongly that the best part of blogging is not just telling my stories, but getting to hear the stories you tell. Thanks again to all who have shared.