Nathan and Meagan’s wedding and reception were both occasions for great joy.
However, after the smile-filled wedding was over,
and before the joyousness of the reception could commence,
the bridal party had to do a little lurking in the entry hall of the country club
so that they could be officially introduced at the proper time.
The ladies in lurking. . . er.. . waiting.
The whole bridal crew waiting for the big moment.
The Mister and the Missus make their entrance.
Although the reception food was fabulous,
I think Nathan and Meagan only ate about two bites each.
Too much excitement!
Too many people!
Too much joy!
Meagan had two special men to dance with that day;
this man is the one who has known her and loved her the longest.
I had a special guy to dance with, too,
someone I have known, loved (and liked) for twenty-two years.
He was so sweet during the dance,
telling me I was doing great even though
I felt as graceful as a 7-legged, pregnant rhinoceros trying to tango.
And just think!
The Mister and Missus mentioned above are even now packing their
bags and preparing for Friday’s flight to Manteo.
Nathan is packing his special ping pong paddle and has challenged me to a duel to a death.
Or at least a duel to the point of him laughing so hard at me that he can no longer play.
That works, too.
(Photos by Front Porch Photography.)