Life on the laptop continues, and tonight I found some thumbnails of our wedding photies.
One wonderful comment we got was “That’s a nice painting you’re in front of”. Idiot.
We were married at the Kings House at Glen Coe. Well, outside of it in the sunshine actually, and as it was the first of March it was bloody freezing. The assembled family and guests were on the verge of hypothermia by the time we went inside for dinner (where there were plates of donuts along the tables, yes, we did all the arrangements ourselves), which was all stuff folk actually liked and the wedding cake was chocolate with white icing.
There was other family baiting tomfoolery throughout proceedings from the ceremony music (Duane Eddy’s Rebel Rouser played by me and Jimmy, and the theme from The Dambusters too) to the flowers which were thistles, purple feathers, orchids and pussy willow. It was entirely stress free, before and during.
Happy days indeed.

16 thoughts on “DIY”

  1. Ah, dressed for the Aonach Eagach! :)

    (Well, I’ve seen that a nun’s habit can be appropriate attire… ;O)

  2. Aw that’s a great photie. Just like a wedding photie should be. Simply lovely.

    And.. you had hair! :o)

  3. What a way to do it :-D

    Great shot and one that Holly can ask all the questions about in years to come

  4. Aye, it was pissing down the next morning.
    We got married on the little bridge near the hotel door and the deer were sneaking up on the guests while they were standing there, looking for food.
    This photie has brought so many memories back!

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