Monday, October 05, 2009


This past weekend, hubby and I attended a leadership training seminar for The Truth Project. The weekend before, I took my family to Chicago so that I could be the photographer for my cousin K's wedding and so the girls could see UP again.

The church was a tiny 130 year-old church down by Wrigley Field. The building and windows were beautiful.

I had thought during the reception that the wedding and reception reminded me of my own. Later that weekend, both my husband and my father said it was like our wedding too. I think the smallness, the simplicity, and the relaxed atmosphere is what made it feel so familiar.

I've been very busy working on photos from the wedding and I still have many to work on but these of their 'bicycle built for two' are far and away my favorites.


  1. Anonymous6:44 AM

    What great photos. I love the bicycle made for two :)

  2. Wonderful wedding the bicycle.
    So excited to hear about your involvement with the Truth Project. We are now on our SECOND time of sharing it in our church body. There is so much to take in, you could watch it numerous times and still not grasp the magnitude of it all. It is somewhat like drinking from a fire hose. :-) Enjoy... and be blessed!

  3. Wow! What a fun wedding. How nice that it reminded you of your own. My favorite weddings are the simple ones too. Ours was as simple as we could get it considering that other people paid for it and wanted to include extra stuff...

  4. what a wonderful wedding to be a part of...I'm sure your daughters loved everything about it... especially the go-away bicycle built for two...
    I never tire of your photos!!!