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We are less than 24 hours from our departure time. The bags are packed and everyone has their rides planned for the first leg of our journey, which for most of us is from Lake City to MSP. We fly from Minneapolis (MSP) to Dulles Airport in Washington D.C. and then fly the long leg of our trip to ...
The morning was spent setting up, decorating the lodge for the reception and the inn for the ceremony.
The ladies then headed down for hair appt., Georgia was a super star allowing mum to curl her hair. Once her dress was on back at the inn she took on another persona, she twirled and danced and generally acted like royalty!
Very exciting seeing Laura in her dress, all the colors came ...
... a bit much and refused to walk down the aisle. Georgia became a limpit and clung to me tearfully. After we were sorted there was time for a quick change to some warmer weather clothing before heading down to the Mississippi for a BBQ. The kids loved the park and having other kids to play with, they were unimpressed with American hot ...
... career has been in education, and garnered real joy and fulfillment (as well as some heartache I believe) from her work in Art Therapy with some VERY special needs children. Eric’s current position as Chief Operating Officer for “Infinite Campus” allows Kristen the luxury of volunteering at Kaia’s school and managing a Boutique business at select private, ...
... I parked and walked back to the hangar/office. There was a single airplane parked inside the hangar, with room in the back for two midgets. In the field behind the hangar there were a bunch of colorful tents, and several dogs running around. Sleepy-eyed people were wandering in and out of the check-in area, getting coffee and chatting with each other. None of them looked at me. I felt invisible, but I understood. These people were people in a tight community, and I was just ...