Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Picture Time!

We had a whirlwind of a weekend that was mostly good. There were some hiccups along the way, as there always is with my family, but overall very, very good. We had the rehearsal dinner at The New York State Military Museum where my aunt's now husband works as a librarian. He showed us some very cool artifacts that were all locked up in the basement, mostly paper and maps because that is what he works with. But we also got to see a piece of cloth with Abraham Lincoln's blood on it from when he was shot! How freaking cool is that?! Of course the camera wasn't with me at the time so no pictures of any of that. I don't think Jim would have let me photograph it anyways. (We weren't supposed to be down there.)

Then the next day was THE day. 10-10-10 at 10am and the wedding began. Annabelle did great and had a blast dancing and eating and playing. It was a happy occasion and I had such a good time celebrating with my family. So without further ado, here is a mini pictorial of my Aunt Michele's wedding and Annabelle being a flower girl:)

My husband, Mark, pretends to drive a Jeep.

My mom and dad

My peanut posing for some pictures in the museum

Annabelle and my nephew, Austin, make silly faces during the speeches.

Wedding Day! All dressed up!

My little princess.

My niece Anya, Austin and Annabelle are just the cutest kids on the planet!

Annabelle was a little bit nervous at the last minute, so she walked down with my cousin Emma.

My Aunt Michele and Jim

The kids had their very own table with gifts and fun things to do.

My family. Me, Annabelle and Mark

Very sleepy little girl, dancing with her Daddy.

The high light for everyone was playing with the blow up instruments and then hitting each other with them until they broke!


  1. You know what I love about you? Your always to up beat and positive.
    THe photos are awesome. Love the one of your daughter, she is beautiful.

    Glad that the trip /wedding turned out good.

    Happy Wednesday!

  2. I'm glad I come off so positive! I'm usually a glass half-full kind of girl but I've been making it a conscience effort to stop that.

    I always love hearing how cute my sweet girl is, keep it up:)