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Monday, March 1, 2010

Wedding Album -- Teresa and Ed!

Teresa and Ed (Ed you lucky guy!)
She's beautiful and smart.
We love her!Teresa, You're stuck with this group now... I have a sister-in-law to share them with. :)
BTW, can anyone tell that John is a fuddy-duddy?
He had to be different...

We had A little photo shoot at Grandma Irma's house before the wedding. Fortunately it stopped raining just in time. It is so hard to to get a group shot of the five-of-us. Grandma Irma patiently took photos. I couldn't believe it when I looked at them, David shot a bird in EVERY single one of the photos with me in it(and when the rest of us looked good) except when I had William pick him up for this photo. Sigh.

Parents of the GroomBrides MaidThis ceremony was very lovely. Teresa told us that her church embraces Judaism. She was right. The priest was funny and spontaneous. He knew his audience and made all faiths feel very comfortable. He thought we were all wearing purple for lent. Yeah, that's exactly what I was thinking when I got the dress. Not. I was just glad to find a dress. But, I loved that he shared his perspective. William was called to read some scripture about LOVE at the alter (so was John). William did a wonderful job reading. The priest talked a lot about the commonality of Judaism and Christianity in that both scriptures place a big importance on love. The part where you shake hands with everyone and say, "May peace be with you," my entertaining boys said, "May the force be with you." I wasn't sure this sarcasm was so funny coming from a boy in a kippah. But the priest said that you got to love kids. That they have a way of summing up everything he is trying to say.

May the FORCE be with you! Here is the bride with her children who stood up for Ed and Teresa.She looks pretty happy after all this.The party was very nice at Grill Smith's. The boys looked great in their tuxes. David was so precious. Everyone thought he was so cute. Especially restaurant patrons who were not a part of our party. It's not every day you see a peewee in a tux. And they all thought he was so well-behaved. They don't know how he ruined my family photos. Grr... Father of the brideI worked really hard to get some photos with me and John because we don't have anything recent. I was explaining to John that besides the wedding ceremony being important for the new couple, I thought it was important for everyone attending... like to remind them of their own vows and promises. So I asked John if he agreed...

He said he was thinking about what's for dinner during that part... (did I say fuddy-duddy?) I don't think he understood his scriptures either (about the virtuous woman) because he was silenced when I asked him if he had any insight as to the meaning of what he read.

............Ed you wanted your wedding twittered and now I'll add the link to this blog entry to twitter.... just for you... do you feel honored?

Live Happily Ever After....

Some photos from my wedding, here.

3 comments:

Zaneta said...

Beautiful photos, you look great!

Orlando Realtor said...

I love the photos, makes me feel like I was there also. Ironically you and Irma dressed in purple.

Cantor Debbi Ballard said...

Great blog, and the boys looked dashing! Glad to see you all looking so happy and sharing the love!

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