Thursday, April 9, 2009

Day 123: Fields of Gold, Chapter 31

There are really no words to describe how I felt that day. There were too many. They were too varied. For some--there are no words.

So I did the only thing I could. I made a video montage.

I love these pictures.

I love the memories of this day.

I love that man that I married. I love that he looks exactly the same today as he did then--while I look...um...not exactly the same.

video

I hope you enjoy--I'll be back with my final chapter, and a prologue to answer some questions, tomorrow.

9 comments:

The Smiths said...

Beautiful, Becca!!

Steph @ Diapers and Divinity said...

Love it. Burn it on a DVD and play it at your 50th anniversary celebration. :)

Maree said...

THAT was fantastic! I love your smile. There is NO wondering if you're happy or not in these pictures, and you don't look like you're just cheesing it up for the camera. "Pure JOY."

RaT Babies said...

Wow ... stunning photos ... I LOVE THEM! I LOVE your love story! I am grinning as I see how happy you were on that day! Thanks for sharing!

Erin said...

1. dave DOES look exactly the same!
2. you may not look exactly the same but you are still as gorgeous now as you were then.
3. you look so much like your dad. i loved the picture of you two. so cute!
4. you had a great photographer. stunning pictures that look so natural.
5. you both look so happy. i swear happiness was practically oozing out of my screen spilling onto the keyboard!

Layne and Teresa said...

Happy Day!! Love the photos - thanks for putting that together and sharing.

Carolynn Spencer said...

Loved it! What a perfect way to cap this off. I agree with the previous comments and love the concept of happiness spilling onto the keyboard. :-)

PS I've had "Fields of Gold" stuck in my brain for several days (not that I mind!) now and walk around singing it all the time. xo C.

Tricia said...

Actually you don't need many words because your smile says them all.

You have the most beautiful smile Becca.

InkMom said...

Okay, thank you. That was exactly that this story has been screaming for: photographic documentation.

And you do look just like your dad. Except a girl. And pretty.