My brother got married on Saturday.
Aren't they a beautiful couple?!?
For them, it means a new life together. A paradigm shift where they leave behind thoughts of self and think in terms of "we" and "us". And we couldn't be happier for them.
For our family, it meant a fifteen-and-a-half-hours car ride, lunch with friends,
|Like my wig? My real hair is about 2 inches long now! Holla!|
Oquirrh Mountain Temple:
|Miss B took over the camera and took about 8 zillion "artistic" pictures of the table cloth and napkins. In this one, you can also see some of the delicious fudge that was the luncheon dessert.|
And some running after cousins:
Of course we stayed up too late every night, relishing our time with friends and family that are seen waaaay to infrequently. It also meant another fifteen-and-a-half-hours car ride home, during which time I picked up a $95 speeding ticket in Wyoming for going a measley eight miles over the speed limit. But it was well worth it to be there for my little bro's special day.
In short, we had a blast!