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Monday, July 17, 2017

A Barn Wedding - Sneak Peek

Hello Friends,

I just wanted to let you know I'm alive and well...well maybe.  We have gone through months of trying to get our property and barn ready for the big day.  My hubby said last night, "honey, not only are we alive but we survived".  Or something like that...I was half asleep when he said it lol.

Getting ready for this event has been very exhausting, there never seemed to be enough time and many weekends it just rained and rained so it really slowed down the progress.  Of course weekends were when we were ready to go at things.

On top of this, my elderly dad had to have cancer surgery.  He will be 90 in a few weeks.  He was released from the hospital into our care a day before some of my hubby's family members showed up to help.  They were here for basically a week and what a great help they were.  This allowed me some time to care for my dad but still trying to sneak in the odd thing that had to be done.  In reality, there really wasn't much time for that as I didn't want to leave him alone.  I would be so grateful for your prayers for his healing.  He has been having a rough time.  He doesn't have the results yet as far as whether they removed all the cancer but with his age, the healing process is so much more difficult.

So here it is, a VERY SMALL sneak peek into the wedding.  I will try to finish the complete post as soon as I can but things are still busy with my dad here.  So stay tuned.

The ceremony took place outside.



I tried to do a previous post on another subject but it's still sitting there for now so stay tuned.  The photo editor I was using just isn't cooperating.  Any suggestions?  I'm looking for another freebie.

I miss visiting with all of you, blogging seems like a distant memory right now - how sad.  I'm so looking forward to catching up with life a bit and things returning to normal.  

In the barn...


Thank you for visiting and I always enjoy reading your comments.  Take care.

~ Kelly ~