still in celebration mode

Believe it or not, there was an after-party party following the reception. And we slept through it. It’s an advantage of being old. But then we were wide awake and ready to party again at the post-wedding brunch on Sunday morning, hosted by the bride’s parents in their home. I can’t not include a post of pictures from this final family gathering, a bittersweet time of remembering and farewelling. Oh, yes, and . . . bouncing!

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Sleepy girl.

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Love these pics from Rachel!

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Shannon and her fiancé, Will. The Ambroses have one more wedding, next April.

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They’ll see each other in a couple of days. When the dust settles, the bride and groom will fly to Arizona to spend a whole month in their home in Goodyear before returning to Iraq to finish out their contract.

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The party moved inside for a bit of gift opening.

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If you want to see the book I made for Taylor and Beth by matching up their childhood pictures: Taylor and Beth – Parallels

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1 Response to still in celebration mode

  1. Ridgely says:

    Have so enjoyed this celebration vicariously…LOVE the book, great job!

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