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A Wedding (And A Week In TN)

First off: Sorry that I didn't post last Wednesday. I sort of have a good excuse. Well, not really. I should have prepared a post still. But anyways, here's my excuse!!! Enjoy!!!

This last week found me in my other life - TN!!! Once I got there, it almost seemed I had never left! It was a week full of fun, excitement, friends, and more. Too much happened - it almost felt like a month of fun!!!!!

Here are some of my favorite pictures while there - spotlights of fantastic memories!

I can rarely get Cherish (the girl on the far right) to take pictures.. but on my last day she decided to be nice :) and she put a lot of energy into those photo's. LOL We three girls went on an early morning hike/ walk and really got to catch up, laugh, sing, and just have fun :)

Meeting friends at the airport! Some were old friends, some new :) I was so excited to see the little girl on the right!

One of my best friends and secret-keepers. I got to spend a day at her house. It was so great to see the wonderful person again.

I had never met Aliisa before, but I spent a lot of my time with her while there. Partly because we shared a bunk, but also because she was so sweet and nice :)

All the ruby girls that attended Meadow's wedding!!!! Plus Serene's husband, Sam, in the background, lol. Three of the girls are married now (two have kids), two of the girls are pretty much engaged, and a handful of the rest were looking promising ;)

Another of my best friends with her adorable baby! On several occasions we were seen sneaking into a one person restroom so she could feed Ezzy and we could still talk. Might have looked awkward - but it was fun ;)

Last time I stayed in TN the older girl and her mom lived next-room to me. My I missed them!!! And they had another little girl while I was gone! It was sooooo nice to see them :)

Some of my all time favorite little girls :)

Back to the times when I'd steal his hat and he'd make faces... this guy is hilarious.

And of course, I had to get a selfie with the bride! Oh, she was gorgeous! You could tell Meadow was a model :)

The wedding was fantastic - it rained half way through the service. so we all had to run inside and finish the ceremony there. But it was great (though no-one had great hair or make-up anymore ;b).
There were so many people to see! So much laughing. So much fun! And a lot of dancing, too!!!!

And the groom's men did this dance for Meadow - Oh, my! It was so well-done... and funny! If you really want to see the dance I posted the video on my facebook.

And the rest of the week? It was awesome! I got to spend so much time with friends, help hem the flower girls' dresses, help Aliisa "coordinate" the rehearsal and we had a couple things to do on the wedding day also, and stay up way too late!!!!!!

It was great ;)


  1. Looks like you had a ton of fun!! Can you just imagine how it will be when I come for your wedding and you come for mine? Yeah!

    1. It was a blast! Haha, yeah. I'm sure it will be crazy 😂😂😂

  2. It sounds like you had a beautiful time!! :D

    Also, I tagged you for my Blogging Community Tag! Don't feel obligated to do it, but if you like here's the link. :)



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