Sunday, July 11, 2010
Exceptions to the Reception
Josh & Britany arrive at the reception. (This is a big deal, I think I have only been to one other reception in my 71+ years. Not really my thing, but this is their night.
But what is this ? Yep a cake! about fooled you huh? I missed the good pictures of the cake feeding, or what you call it. hahaha This camera isn't good for indoor shots.
The Groom stopped by our table!!!! Hi Josh!!
Stephen (the other twin). This cute lady is Jennefer, they make a good couple.
Laurin (maid of honor), reading her toast to Bride and Groom.
Steve, the Best man, giving his toast to his brother and his new wife. One thing Sherry said Steve said that was very good (I guess Dar will get this). Steve said he had been asked what it is like to be a twin. His response was, 'How does it feel not to be a twin?'. Never thought of that.
Sherece, the prettiest girl in the place and our Grand daughter and Brandon her beau!
Matt, Mark, Luke, Brandon and Sherece. Mark's crew! He is proud of them.
I about missed Brit on this shot, they are heading for the cake cutting, which I missed.
Sherry and the FAther of the Groom, We are very proud of this guy. Looking distinguished in grey hair. (THis is the son of her first marriage (Hahahahahaha)) You know I am not old enough to be his dad.
Jack, Jack, Mark and Shirl.
Vernon & Janet. Vernon is our living family hero on Sherry's side. He jumped out of perfectly good air planes and never got hurt. a Year of so ago he fell out of a tree and was hurt ver badly. He is recovering well, for an old man.
Shirl and Smoky at the Reception.
The grandparents just before their departure. We are the life of the party up until about 7:30-8PM then we must turn into pumpkins.
Britney leading her new husband, and a line around the Ball room. The reception was held at 'The Loft' in Gastonia.
They all had a good time, Receptions are for young folk, they are noisy and besides that they are loud.
Today the couple are in las Vegas. I hope they have a great tiem and a great life.
Being young is beautiful, but being old is comfortable.