Saturday, November 26, 2011

The Honeymoon: Ooh la la <3

Before we went on the honeymoon, we had to go to my parents place, pack up the truck with all of my junk, and then go to our place (all in all your longer than average trip from Wisconsin to Arkansas!) THEN we went to our honeymoon place! Which was in Missouri! Joel took me to the place he grew up, and introduced me to a bunch of people he knew  and we got this nice picture:house2 060

We don’t really know who put the flowers there… But, this is Joel’s dad’s gravestone. Don’t Cry!!! Sorry, I tend to tear up a bit… Continuing on:

After spending a while in his home town, we went to the precious moments place! We didn’t get to go into the museum because it was “late” but we saw the last tour of the chapel, and walk around the grounds a bit:

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After that, we went to Branson, Mo. We went to a few Museums, about the Titanic, The other was Ripley’s Believe it or not. Then SILVER DOLLAR CITTY!!!! SmileBy far, my favorite place to be! It was cold throughout our honeymoon, and I got a little cold from the cold… which isn’t very fun! We had a blast together!!! And I’ll spare a few details… If you want to know more: email or comment Smile

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Thursday, November 24, 2011

The Wedding

Hey Everybody!  Joel and I don’t have internet service, so what will be happening is I’ll type up my posts, then when we go to McDonald’s I’ll post them all in bulk. Today’s date is Tuesday, October the 25th.  Joel and I came back from our Honeymoon on Saturday… And it was amazing!

Well, I’m getting ahead of myself: the wedding!! It was a wonderful ceremony, our officiate, Bro. Fergusson helped us so much, and everything went smoothly. All the girls looked B-E-A-utiful in their dresses! (I don’t have any of my own pictures to post yet I will as soon as I can)

Joel said he liked my dress… (to what degree I’m not sure ; ) And I was wearing a slip under that dress that was WAY too tight! I just about died!… Okay, I’m exaggerating… but I could barely eat.  But, all in all, it looked good. As my Grandma would say: It’s the price we pay to look good. 

Our Photographer took so many pictures, our faces were hurting by the time he was done : P , On top of that we also had my now, sister-in-law taking snapshots and Kara taking pictures too.  Also, there was a video-man walking around that my dad knows pretty well, not to mention the other man who was videoing the ceremony too.

The Reception hall looked gorgeous with plenty of purple and brown throughout. And it looked better than I imagined! Fox Hills is DEFINITELY a great place to have a reception and wedding! It may be expensive, but I think it’s worth it.

I think that’s about it, If you want to know more post some comments, or shoot me an email, and I’ll post more Smile