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So the official wedding photos are done and they’re unbelievable. But I also love the snapshots from the wedding guests. This one is just so, so sweet.
I love the candid emotion. I love the clutching and the way my mother’s pearls look. I love the music (“Morning has Broken” was playing).
If you look closely you can see a bandaged cut on Jay’s hand. He is good at improvising. Here is his redneck bandaid:
It’s a good thing Jay only has to do this once because it was rough on him.
…of the weekend o’ love. I’m still floating. More later. Click each photo to enlarge.
I am so ready for the WEDDING to be here. In the meantime, here’s something to share. It’s Elizabeth and her cousin Joelle, circa 1989. It’s almost as if they knew what the future would hold:
How the heck did they do it?
So the counselor at Ivers J. Norton Elementary School wrote to me about the school’s 100th anniversary celebration. Today, they’re honoring former staff members at the school in a small town in Western New York. I was asked to share some of my memories of the school, which I attended in the late ’60s. Here are a few:
life is good: nyt-bsl-51709
The call came from the lovely and talented Lorraine Heath, who is also up for the award for her historical romance.
Winners will be announced this summer at the RWA National Conference.
Wish us luck in the RITA smackdown!