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Tuesday, January 12, 2010

The Wedding

Saturday was THE big day for my niece.  She was getting married at 2:00pm. 

Patsy and I had spent Friday at the Traders Village RV Park at Arlington, TX.  It was only about 4 miles from the location of the wedding.  We got up at 8:00am and found 14 degree weather outside.  It was a good thing that I had placed light bulbs in the wet bay (250 watts) and in the area behind the refrigerator (200 watts)!  We survived without any damage.

We left the campground at around 11:30am, and drove to the parking lot of the wedding chapel.  It was large and flat, and we had a good place to park.  We were able to sit inside the Bus and wait for the wedding time.

The wedding service was very nice, and not terribly long.  The bride and even the groom looked very happy.

Here are a couple of pictures:

One side of the chapel showing Patsy, Mike, and Deanne (Son-in-law and daughter):

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The bride with her grandmother (my mother):

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The Father of the Bride walking her down the aisle:

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The ceremony:

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The cake:

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The brides mother and father:

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The brides family (l—r, sister, father, bride, groom, mother, and brother).. older brother is in the Air Force:

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The brides extended family that was in attendance:

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The wedding reception was winding down by 4:30pm, and Patsy and I hit the road for Lake Charles, LA to meet up with Mark and Sue on Sunday morning.

1 comment:

Connie Esparza said...

Very nice wedding pictures. Your mom looks really pretty, Richard.