7/20/09

Summer Wedding








We had a little adventure this last weekend, taking off to Cincinnati for my husband’s brother’s wedding. The first and foremost thing for me was dealing with my flight phobia again. I still depend upon sedatives, but it seems like it’s getting a bit easier. I even find myself regretting not flying for seven years – think of all the other places I could have seen and how much more often I could have visited my family in that time! But better late than never.

The wedding was a brilliant celebration, held in a lovely old church which is now the Bell Event Centre. Our new sister-in-law is a delightful young woman. We visited with lots of aunts, uncles, and cousins, and I even met some of my husband’s relatives for the first time. I ran around taking lots of photos. The food was fantastic, the new-grassy band was a pleasant change from typical wedding music, the bride was beautiful, and the venue spectacular.

We also snuck in a whirlwind tour of the Cincinnati Art Museum. I easily could have spent a few more hours there if time had allowed – a gorgeous old building with a large collection. Visiting these old eastern towns is always such a shock to my western eyes – so many big, old buildings, both beautiful and run-down.

Any weddings for you this summer? Any new sights? Please do share.





6 comments:

elk said...

what a simply stuunning post showing such lovely images...glad you flew, and it was easier that is a blessing!

Letters From Midlife said...

The photos were wonderful! Thank you for sharing the wedding this way.

elizabeth said...

Wow. What a beautiful church. I am always a bit sad when such a church is no longer a church. But I am glad that the beauty of it was not destroyed.

Lovely pictures as always.

Good for you for flying again! Look forward and do not regret... does not seem to be much use in it in my experience... :)

Mimi said...

Those apples are adorable! What a beautiful wedding.
Many Years!

Katie in MA said...

What a beautiful place to have a wedding! I love the tradition that seeps out from older buildings, I'm an east coast girl to the core. :)

Sounds like you had a wonderful time!

Puna said...

Beautiful photos of a beautiful event! Happy Love Thursday.