and then everyone was happy

the groom toasted the bride


the bride toasted the groom


they both toasted the late mother of his children

the children toasted the bride and the groom

the grandchildren who were old enough to raise a glass, toasted the bride and the groom and their late grandma

the grandchildren who were not old enough to toast, passed around chocolates

there were canes and there were walkers
but there was also dancing
some people are just confetti in your life, no?
I'm so glad we were there!

4 comments:

  1. Southern Belle, Ph.D.October 16, 2011 at 9:25 AM

    Good Morning Fred,

    "some people are just confetti in your life"...I love this. How wonderful the occasion!

    And you Fred, are the blog confetti for many. I know I always look forward to checking your blog each and every day.

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  2. SouthernBellePhD, how perfectly lovely! Thank you!

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  3. Yes, that is a beautiful phrase, I have openings for confetti people must place an ad in The Times..

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