Friday, October 3, 2008

Love is in the Air ~ Again !



I started my day rather teary. Our oldest daughter is getting married at the end of October. This is a second marriage for her. It is her second marriage to the same man! Confused? Sorry. Our daughter and her fiancee got married this past February in India. My husband and I traveled to India so we could be present for that marvelous event. That was when I started my blog. If you click here you can see some pictures from the India wedding. None of our family or friends were able to make that trip with us so...we are having an American wedding in 22 days to celebrate their marriage - again ! I was teary this morning because my husband and daughter were deciding on music for the dad/daughter dance and I was just a mess, a hot mess. They narrowed it down to ' To Sir with Love' or 'Everything I Own' by Bread. I sobbed as I listened to both songs, thinking of my husband, the father of our four children, dancing with our 'little' girl. I need to make sure I wear waterproof mascara on her special day.



Now some of you may remember that my son got married in August. I had promised to post pictures as soon as I got some which didn't show the mascara running down my face and I finally have some which I would like to share with my blogging friends.

















Proud Parents!










Giving some last minute advice to my son!









And they lived happily ever after....

18 comments:

活龙 said...

Congratulations on the new couple! And you should be proud of your sons and daughters!

pink dogwood said...

Great pictures - great post. And don't worry about tears of happiness.

I wish your daughter and son-in-law the best. And of course I will be waiting for the pictures from the event. The pictures from india are great - your daughter is absolutely adorable (takes after her mother :) and you look so cool in a saree.

Akelamalu said...

Such an emotional time but a happy occasion. Your son is a very handsome man and I love the photos, especially the one of you and your hubby. :)

Dianne said...

I'm a big crier too :)

At my son's wedding I just kept sniffling and sniffling. You can hear me on the video lol

Love your photos. The color of your dress is amazing! It matched the detail on the wedding cake!! how cool are you :)

and your family is simply stunning, all of them.

Retiredandcrazy said...

What a fabulous dress.

Rapunzel said...

What a beautiful wedding your son had, and what a lovely mother-of-the-groom you were!

Congratulations on the upcoming re-wedding for your daughter..smile...I can't wait to see pics of the blessed day!

p.s.the only time I cried at my daughter's recent wedding was during the father-daughter dance! Tears were just streaming down my face..sigh....

Tea and Margaritas in My Garden said...

What beautiful wedding pics! And congratulations to your daughter too :)

tea
xo

Elaine said...

What wonderful pictures. And you looked amazing!

Shrinky said...

Awww, you look radiant there, and what a handsome bridal couple, your son and his wife are beautiful. I have yet to cross that landmark, my children are still at school. I imagine you must have been filled with so many emotions on that day, love and pride mixed in with so many others. I hope your daughters special day is a wonderful and memorable event.

RiverPoet said...

You have a very nice blog here, Deb! I appreciate your visit to mine yesterday. Congratulations on the weddings, and the cake you photographed is beautiful. I would hate to cut it!

Peace - D

Beverly said...

Girl, you look just beautiful. I loved seeing the pictures from both weddings, and it was so interesting to read about different wedding cultures.

I am a blubbering mess at weddings - and since my father died, I can't even think about a father/daughter dance.

Think pink! ;-)

Daryl said...

You look lovely .. handsome son.. very pretty DIL .. and its clear your son gets his height from his dad ... LOL ...

Thanks for sharing!

:-Daryl

PEA said...

The dance between the bride and her father is such a special one and there are indeed some wonderful songs available for it...I cry every time I hear To Sir With Love:-)

I so enjoyed looking at the pictures from your son's wedding...what a beautiful couple and her dress and the cake, gorgeous!! Loved seeing your picture as well...beautiful also:-) xoxo

Marg said...

I have goose bumps. What a wonderful reason for getting married again.
YOu look absolutely beautiful.
Congratulations to you as you get ready for this event.
I can just see you all teary-eyed especially watching your daughter dance with her father.
I still have two gals to go...
We're all waiting for Mr. Right.

Sandi McBride said...

Gosh Deb, what a beautiful Bride...what a beautiful wedding party! I'm so happy for them! Mac I will be celebrating our 40th Wedding Anniversary the 15th of this month, I wish them that and more!
hugs
Sandi

WannabeMommy said...

What a beautiful couple, and pictures! Thanks so much, Deb for your comments to my post. My eyes filled with tears just picturing you and your daughter April walking those hospital halls. It's so good to know you're not alone :-)

Willow said...

What wonderful children! I'm looking forward to seeing the American wedding photos! Congratulations to you all.

I am actually thinking about a bunny book; I've started a couple of chapters. If I only had lots more hours in my day!

Louise said...

My husband and I can even think about these things without HUGE discomfort. (Our daughters are 4 and 6.) We watched "Father of the Bride" last winter, probably for the 1st time since we had children. We used to love the movie and laugh, but neither of us thought it was so wonderful. I think I understand the need for waterproof mascara!

The pictures are beautiful. Fabulous dress. The cake is gorgeous. Beautiful parents look like they SHOULD be proud! And would love to see some of the great rehearsal dinner outfit!

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