The Wedding of Thomas and Theresa

Stitching took a back seat this past week as our family prepared for MJ's brother to get married. The weather was not quite as nice as we had hoped it would be. It got very rainy and cold the day before the wedding. The rain held out, the sun even came out at one point, but it was really cold for the middle of October. Since there are no stitching pictures this week to share, I have LOTS of wedding pictures to show off.

MJ and me dancing at the reception:

M with his favorite thing: FOOD!

Z looking quite dapper in his little tuxedo:

The happy bride and groom:

It really was a nice wedding and I was so happy to be a part of it and share in their special day. I actually have become very good friends with my new sister-in-law and my kids just love their new aunt.
I had so many things on my list of things to do this week, but apparently M had other plans. We just got back from the pediatrician's office and turns out that he has strep throat. So, he'll be home with me until Friday. At least the medicine that they gave him tastes decent. He's a terrible medicine taker, so if it tastes okay it's easier for him to take. Right now he's up in his room resting, so I am hoping to get a little stitching done this afternoon. I am making progress on the third page of the HAED and I want to start finishing some of the ornaments that I stitched.


Kathy said…
Hi Pam,

Thank you so much for the comment on my blog.
LOVE the photos you posted. You sons are sure handsome little devils. :)

I'm glad the wedding was lovely. Now on to more important things like stitching. LOL
Oh how lovely everyone looks. I hope you and SIL enjoy your friendship forever and I also hope M feels better soon. Then you can sit back and be always in stitches.
Great photos, Pam! You look so pretty! I hope M is feeling better soon!
tkdquintmom said…
omg page 3? I haven't even gotten page one done yet! LOLOL The wedding pics are fab and you look so pretty! :)

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