The Wedding!

First Dance

First Dance

I know, blog readers must think that I arrived in Port Townsend & then disappeared somewhere into this rarefied atmosphere. But no, that’s not it.

My son & his wife (!) have been planning a terrific wedding for a year or so now, and that’s one of the reasons I’m back in the PNW. Groom’s moms don’t have a huge role to play, and I can’t take any credit for how well it worked out. (The bride’s family… they are probably still recovering!)

But there were a LOT of people coming from the ends of the earth to celebrate, so I was doing a bit of work on that end, and playing limo driver. It was really terrific to see everyone. And that’s a huge part of a wedding- having the families and friends all together to “witness” the union really is different than just sending out a change of address card.

The wedding was incredible- even the weather cooperated. How often do you get a sunburn in Seattle? I’m sure the out of town guests are spreading rumors even now that Seattle is actually beautiful and blue and warm (ha!)

Here are some of the other photos. Best wishes to Mr & Mrs Voss, who are recuperating in Mexico, far far away, with no cell phones. And I’m settling down with The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest. Hasta luego!

4 Responses to “The Wedding!”

  1. foleymo says:

    Hey Sara, it was nice to see you again this weekend! Let me know if that book is any good; I’ve heard good things. I’m trying to get through “Cognitive Surplus” while I’m watching the Voss dog this week. 🙂

  2. Brad says:

    Sara, how wonderful! Best wishes to them (they are a lovely couple!) and to you too. Love the pics, WITH ONE BIG EXCEPTION. Not ONE included you! C’mon now.

  3. Sara says:

    I was behind the camera! There were photos being snapped all over, so there are pix of me somewhere. I wonder if I can buy them off?

  4. Sara says:

    Hi Foley, It was good to see you again, too. I wonder if P & J’s wedding was one of the first to be simulcast on twitter?

    Yes, the book was great. And a day of hunkering down w/a thriller was just what I needed to recover. I really loved all 3 of the Larsson books.

    Hope the grand-dog didn’t give you too much trouble or eat your book. If anyone can handle her, it’s you 😉