Um, what’s wrong with this photo collage? Can anyone guess? Maybe the mystery can be solved when you look at Adina’s much more thorough photo collection on her flickr site.
Just a sampling of some nice wedding photos taken by various people: my mom, family, the professional, Ryan (those will be in a later post). Maybe I should wait for our anniversary to post these, but I’m sure I’ll forget by then.
These two were taken by the ever so talented Adair Fincher. I see great things in her future.
These are mostly taken by my mom and other family members.
More to come…maybe I should post once a month until our anniversary in April!
P.S. If you can see and you like my jewelry, go to my website, http://www.simplebangles.com. I’ll make it for you!
It’s almost 1:00 am and this is when I do my most thinking and activity online. I just had to say that this holiday season will be difficult for my family and for me. We will be spending Thanksgiving day apart and I will be OK, knowing that I had shopped with my Mom on Wednesday, and hopefully will have a Joslyn/Palmer get-together on Friday for a leftover party. I think that should be tons of fun. Maybe we can play lots of games or watch Ally McBeal.
Thanksgiving has always been a strange holiday in our family. When I was in college, either my mom or my dad (usually my dad) would fly back from Japan to spend the holiday with me. It was always a non-traditional celebration, like eating Thanksgiving dinner at the Valley Green Inn (very nice) or driving down to D.C. to see my aunt and cousins, but I never thought anything of it.
I have to remind myself that whenever I miss a holiday with my family from now on, I have to think back to those crazy years in Japan when the four of us were all over the place all the time, and we still managed to stay a happy and loving family.
Please weigh in with comments on how you feel about family and holidays. I’m interested to hear your thoughts.