Cool to wake up to this Sunrise rainbow
dances with owl.
Our back yard.
Dances with Sunrise
The best of all good things are an integration of
past, present and future,
all wrapped up in love.
When we showed up, everyone was blowing bubbles at us. My nieces and nephews covered all the fun bases.
We chose three special songs to play on the beach during the ceremony:
You've Got a Friend
Can't Stop Falling In Love
and you guessed it,
No Shoes, No shirt, No Problem
Hubby, Mr. Conservative-fun-loving,
requested this one photo of us
in the circle of flowers.
Lol...just funnn' in the sunnin'.
It's the little things that make
us smile for a long time.
Scorpio and Taurus..
As you can image, we are
definitely yin and yang.
These wine glasses are from my Cagno grandparents' wedding.
Love grows here.
See Hans, photo peeking through dances with sunflowers.
Yes, my father
was so happy.
Here are two photos of my mom photo mombing. Lol...
She is awesome and a riot.
Meet my beautiful husband, Hans. We met at a celebration of life-funeral
and married three years later.
August 2, 2012, beach, sunset, Key West, Florida
Hans, Sr. grew this rose.
My mom and Hans the night before our wedding ceremony, funnin' around town with
These little lovebirds with a variety of love notes for everyone were our wedding favors and made up our table centerpiece.
Deeper insight and sneak peek inside of our lives,
through our kitchen window into the backyard
My mom and her now, husband
then fiance, were with us in Key West.
They met two years prior on,
After our journey
we shared an intimate big
Italian family wedding dinner in
New Jersey a month after
we were married.
I am searching for photos on my
laptop that are mysteriously
hiding on me. Errr...Hmm.
My first marriage
A visit at Nashville's finest, Alan Jackson's Bar & Grill,
(A.J. is a billboard in this photo.)
Here is our new kitchen.
My husband is a
While I work and play
at story and song,
he creates too.
Zany-girl and Hans
Clearly, the first true starlight in the family.
Just for fun, the groom's cake
was made, by our friend Deb,
with kit-kat bars and chocolate kisses, and a
limited-edition of one of our favorite singers, Elvis Presley. The king of rock and roll.
I love the shadow of Elvis
on the wall. Deb also made a
bride's cake out of white towels.