Sunday, January 6, 2019

Wedding Photos Finally!!

We finally got the wedding pictures!  Due to the photographer's child being critically ill and in the hospital quite a while, we had to wait, but boy, oh boy, it was worth the wait.

This is only a small portion of the photos so hang on, here we go.

Here colors were black, white and silver and we used white hydrangeas.

The photographer started out taking pics of the little girls in Tiff's dress.

I thought that was a precious idea.

Adam got her the most beautiful gift.  I had never seen this before.

It's a sterling silver tube engraved with their names and wedding date.  It opens up and holds their wedding certificate.

Her wedding bouquet.

The underneath side of her bouquet had a silver charm with John's picture on it.

Their beautiful rings.

Bellissima Ranch is where the wedding was held.

It was two gorgeous barns with a house attached to the one for the reception.  The house slept 15 so the girls all stayed out there.  We had the venue for 3 days.

This is the wedding site.

We used bunches of white babies breath and white tulle for the chair decor.

This is the reception barn.

This was in memory of the grandparents who had passed away.  The photo of Tiff in her wedding dress was taken in Pryor at John's grave.  She had it made for me as a surprise.

Adam's two youngest boys.  The youngest one Nash was the ring bearer.  Peyton was the Junior Groomsman.

Brandon (Tiff's brother) walking me in.

Laynee as Junior Bridesmaid.

Laycee and Kaycee were Flower Girls.

And here comes the bride with her brother.

The bridal party.

Tiff, Adam, me and my sisters.

First Dance

Their wedding cakes.  Needless to say, Adam is a big Dallas Cowboy fan so his cake was a baseball cake.

So, there it is.  It was a beautiful venue, gorgeous day and we couldn't have ask for anything more - if only John would have been there.  But I know he was watching from above and smiling.




Monday, November 12, 2018

Well, I guess Fall is now officially gone.  I woke up this morning to a beautiful snow and 18 degree weather.

I had brought my mum and begonia plants in yesterday anticipating the cold spell.  They were still pretty.

Don't you love my chenille pumpkins?  A few weeks ago I went to my sister Jeannie's and we hit a couple of the arts and craft shows.  I found these and they were so reasonably priced, I got them for the front porch.  They are different patterns and shades of chenille.

This pumpkin can stay outside a little longer.  It is an artificial one on the front porch.

The Dogwood tree in the front turned in some pretty color this Fall.

Now, to my pride and joys!!  These are the girls' school picture.  They were so good this year.

Laynee is 7 and in the second grade.

Laycee is 5 and in Pre K.

Kaycee is 5 and in Pre K.

These little girls light up my life.  I picked them up every day from school and keep them until Tiff gets off of work.  I have a few hours with them every day and love every minute of it.



Note:  We are still waiting on the wedding photos.  Hopefully soon, I can share with you.

Sunday, November 4, 2018

A Long Four Years

Four years ago tonight, I said my last "good night" to this precious soul.  Never imagining that he wouldn't be there the next day.

Last August would have been our 50th wedding anniversary.

But. oh the wonderful memories I have.

All the years you gave me beautiful yellow roses.

How proud you would be of the darling Tiffany that we raised.  She has so many of your assets - all good.  LOL

And how Laynee misses her Poppy.  I am just so sorry that the two little ones didn't have the time with you that Laynee did.

I know my precious Bella is right there beside you and I am so happy for that.  Even if I do miss her everyday too!

"Your life was a blessing,
Your memory a treasure,
You are loved beyond words and
Missed beyond measure."

Author Unknown

Miss you dear sweet John.



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