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Tuesday, July 29, 2014

The Perfect Day: Blogging Challenge Day 29






I'm joining Michelle from BigTime Literacy for her Blogging Challenge, yet again!  Only 2 more posts to go until the end of her challenge.  I'm impressed that I haven't missed a day yet.  I don't plan on missing a day either.  When I start something, I enjoy finishing it until the very end! ;) 

Day 29: Share a memory of a perfect day you once had. 

The day I married my very best friend was my ultimate perfect day.  I remember waking up excited to come face to face with my man at the altar.  I was married outdoors at the amazing Morton Arboretum in Lisle, Illinois.



My father walked me down the isle to connect forever with the man of my dreams...

I was trying to hold back the tears after
my father took my arm with a smile.

Drew and I smiled, cried and then said our vows to one another...
We couldn't stop smiling at each other
through the happy tears.
We were then announced for the first time as Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Scott Noffsinger... (Woohoo!)


We danced our first dance, listened to funny, yet touching speeches, cut the cake and did all of the things a new couple does at their wedding, including taking pictures with friends...

Hanging with a bunch of my teacher pals!

Finally, we ended the night saying, "Good-bye!" and "Thanks for the support!", to our family and friends.  We've been happily married for 6 years this past July and best buddies for just over 9 years.  I've had many perfect days since our wedding day, thanks to my husband, children, family and friends. ;)


Have a fabulous day!









6 comments:

  1. Ohhh, how lovely!!! Beautiful! So glad you shared that day.
    Alyce

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    1. Thanks, Alyce. It was a wonderful day. ;)

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  2. Aw..... how lovely! What a neat remembrance.

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  3. You were an absolutely beautiful bride and looks like it was a perfect day! I can't wait to meet Drew!!!

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    1. Thanks Nancy! Drew wants to meet you, too...the lady that has to work closely with his insane wife. He wants to pass on his condolences. LOL! ;P

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