You should'a been there. It was so much fun.
|the ranch in LaCenter where the wedding was held|
I got a great daughter in law, and three more awesome grandkids!
|Jacey, Amy, Sean, Bailey|
|Grandkids: Taylor, Jacey, Tyler, Bailey, Terry|
The wedding was a hoot, with a live country band, open bar, catered food, outside in the yard of the ranch in the top photo. It was small in numbers, but large with love.
The Cowman & Dad would have loved it. They were there in spirit, I'm sure.
A bright sunny day with a slight breeze. Two fish'n ponds, dancing, and games of shoes, a restored 55 Chevy to admire, babies to cuddle, and littles running around.
As you know if you've been reading this rambling blog for any length of time... Dad was always trying to find me a boyfriend. (More for someone to take him shoot'n and hunt'n than anything, but they could see trouble written all over me.) Now it seems he has passed that monumental task on to my family, LOL. No sooner had I gotten up there than Amy took me aside and said, "I can't wait for you to meet the friend who owns the ranch where we are having the wedding. He's a widower, looks and talks just like Sam Elliott, and is the nicest guy!"
We had a family BBQ the night before the wedding, three of my six sister in laws where up there for the wedding and met "Sam" that night. So for two days each one would take me aside and point to "Sam" and along with a couple of head nods would say something about how perfect he would be for me. OMG, I finally asked one SIL if she was feeling alright, because she seemed to develop a severe eye roll and head nod whenever "Sam" was in the vicinity. LOL. I don't see anything coming of that, but it doesn't matter because I'm so incredibly blessed that they are my family.