My cousin Rick's daughter Jenna walks down the aisle with her groom Matt Majeur, at Boettcher Mansion, nestled on Colorado's beautiful Lookout Mtn. The view that overlooked Denver's city lights was breath-taking. Suddenly a late summer storm blew in, bringing frigid brisk winds, and a few snow flakes. (!) The bridesmaids shivered and braved the cold in their strapless summer gowns until the weather got the best of them. They sought warmth by grouping into a huddle with their arms around each other until the minister concluded the ceremony, and you never saw such a "quick" exit procession of the bride and groom with wedding party! The wind was getting stronger and guests hair and clothing were flapping in the breeze. They hardly allowed the wedding party a complete exit before they were jostling to get out of the storm too! The whole event was a wonderful day to remember, especially with the unexpected events that punctuated it.
Saying goodbye to a faithful friend of my brother and his wife. Spufi, we miss you.
What was March like in 2010? Some brief glimpses.
September 2010 was full. We suffered as well as rejoiced.
Thank you sis for the drapes. Love them!
Christmas 2009--Very simple and quiet.
Thankful for our 5 grandchildren who sparkle and grace our "tree of life." (Christmas2009)
Ready for wishing you a Happy Birthday....
Postcard I made and sent celebrating Eldest Grandson's 13th birthday earlier in 2010. Everything came together for a very nice family occasion. Big thanks to Mitzi, the boys s-mom.
The 1930s Depression era ......hard times ......but there were some joys and smiles. Here are Mom and her siblings at that time. Mom, all "dolled up" proudly shows off cake for her 6th birthday, September, 1934.