Sunday, July 8, 2012

Twenty-Five Years Ago

Twenty-five years ago, Jim and I were married.  I've kept the cards we received in a scrap book all those years.  But, I thought it would be more fun to look at them in a smaller format that didn't need dusting and moved around.  

It brings back lovely memories of all the people who gave us good wishes so many years ago.  Time goes on and some of these people are no longer with us, but they all have a story worth remembering. 

















6 comments:

The J's said...

This is so nice! I see so many that are no longer here! I always wanted to do something with my cards, but never knew what. You inspire me!

Anonymous said...

Great idea! And, I love the one from Gertrude :)

Brandie

Keeping it Cozy said...

How sweet these are!

I've enjoyed reading your blog and am so sorry to read of all you are going through right now. My thoughts are with you... How thankful we can be that God is in control.

Anonymous said...

I remember that day well. You were beautiful, I screwed up the song, Jim was handsome, I knew you loved each other, the reception at Charter West, my note in my bible under "weddings" Rod being naughty, cake, gram and gramp...the list goes on. What amazes me is, you seem to have gotten more beautiful over the years. Spiritually, physically and mentally. Well done.

Love,
Tim

gkey said...

Dear Wedding Wishes,

How cool to show-case those special cards like this! I am smiling at your little brothers' comment above too. That is precious.

By the way, I think I figured out which Pauline sent the letter!

love,
and Best Wishes
in
NE

Anita said...

Loved this post! Belated Congrats on your anniversary!