We had a wedding to attend yesterday in Bloomington, Indiana. A university town, about 60 miles south of Indy. The wedding was at 4:30 yesterday evening, so we left here around 2:30 to get there on time, and in case we got lost. As it turned out, we were an hour early, but this gave us time to freshen up and visit with Lois and Wayne.(Mother and Father of the Groom). Don’s younger brother, Denny and his wife were also there, so we all had a good little gab fest.
The wedding was one of the most romantic I have ever been too. All of the songs sung before the actual ceremony were sung in French. Their wedding march was the classical version, and while they were greeting all their guests, as the new Mr. and Mrs. Scott, a flutist was playing in the background. It was not a fancy wedding, but just very classy, I thought.
After leaving the church, we all headed to the Eagles Pointe Golf Course for a reception. Of course there was plenty of food and merriment, so I won’t bore you with all the details, but just let me say, the food was delicious, and fun was had by all. I took lots of pictures for my own use, so I will just post a collage of a few.
We are getting ready to head to Charlotte’s house for some good BBQ, potato salad, and great football. It’s a bit up in the air just where we will be watching the game. She says her daughter, Keri has invited us to come watch on the big screen, but we will just play it by ear. Doesn’t matter to me; just as long as I get to see the game. The Broncos play the Colts today. Yes, Donnie and I will watch together, but it isn’t easy when his team plays mine. May the best team win…. :-)
Wanted to say thanks to Carol and John for becoming my 40th followers. They are also located here in Indy and have very graciously asked to meet us at a breakfast or campfire. We love meeting readers, and fellow bloggers, so we are working on a meeting right now.
Also want to mention that my posts may not be as often. There is just so much you can write about doing laundry and cleaning, but I will post anything I think might be interesting to you, and especially our day trips and visits.
They always have such a good time. In the bottom picture they had just finished a tour in a Winery. Drink a glass for me kids!!
Gonna run and get some clothes on. I need to run to the store and get a Sunday paper. Catch you later….