Today, my husband and I are celebrating thirty-three years of marriage. Everyone says it…but where have all those years gone? Today’s trivia is about me and our wedding. I’ve included some pictures of the day. Of course, if you’ve known me for a while, you’ll have the answers. If you’ve read any of my books, or my posts on here, you should be able to answer them. If not, then you will know me better. To make it a bit easier, I will make this one multiple choice. (The answers will be in red.)
- What was my maiden name?
- What year were my husband and I married?
- Where was the tiny town we were married located?
- New York
- Where was our wedding reception held?
- Our church
- My parent’s home
- A nearby park
- How old was I when I married?
- Where did we go for our honeymoon?
- The Poconos
- The Outer Banks
- Schroon Lake
- How long was our engagement?
- About 5 weeks
- About 6 months
- 1 year
- Was it cold the day of our wedding?
- Yes, unseasonably cold
- No, unseasonably hot
3) New York
4) My parent’s home
6) Schroon Lake
7) About 5 weeks
8) No, unseasonably hot
I’ll fill you in on a couple details. My parent’s home was located in Breakabeen, New York. We married at a small church just down the road from them. This picture is of my father and me before we left the house.
This is me arriving at the ceremony with my father.
It was unseasonably hot that day for upstate New York…eighty degrees! We were married at 5:30 in the evening, and it was still warm. Of course, the next few days in the Lake George and Schroon Lake areas were back to normal October weather. Cold and rainy! This was taken after the ceremony.
And of course we have to include a picture of the cake. It was absolutely beautiful, as well as very yummy. It was a white cake with a raspberry filling to match my colors of red and white. The lady that made this cake made many over the years for us and they were always delicious!
I love this picture! It has always been one of my favorites. Please forgive the quality of the photos. Thirty-plus years, and taking them with my phone from our wedding album. Some are a bit shiny and difficult to see. I’ve enjoyed posting this one. It’s given me many reminders of that day…a wonderful day in my life. Here’s a last one of me taken at my parent’s house, before we left for the ceremony.
It is a bit difficult to see, but I like it because it seems to reflect the years to come. A moment frozen in time. Happy Anniversary, George! Thank you for all those years!