Words and pictures from the author of the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries and the forthcoming And the Crows Took Their Eyes . . .
Everything looks great and the bow tie is adorable!
Regal look, fit to visit the Queen.And you are finally rid of snow and ice!
And not a snowflake in sight!
Awesome bow tie. Hard to imagine a few days ago we were covered with snow, had strong winds and cold temperatures. Wishing the kids a grand wedding day. The setting is beautiful!
Today we'll be setting up and more out of town guests will be rolling in ... the weather is cooperating.Last night the bride and her posse went for a soak and dinner at Hot Springs while the groom ate supper up here with his parents, aunt, and cousin while we all congratulated him on his choice of a bride and got very sentimental about all the years we've been here. (His aunt planted the willow tree under which (weather permitting) they'll be married. And his cousin grew up here on the farm.)And Ali Ali can really rock a bow rie, can't he?
Wishing all things wonderful for this wedding and this marriage!
Ali Ali looks adorable in his bow tie. It's almost as if he knows he's got it on for a special event! So exciting to follow along :)
nice..your stack stone waterfall is really cool...and i like your handrail for stepping across...
Oh what a groomsman he is with the tie, which I notice he took it off for a drink in the branch...which is gorgeous too! May you have a wonderful time with the tying of their knots.
Ali Ali, you are so handsome!!! Best wishes all around. The place looks gorgeous and I'll hope for sunny weather.
Wishing you, the entire family and myriad friends a blessed ceremony and glorious celebration!
Ah, glad your snow has gone. It all looks perfect and ready... With very best wishes for a wonderful day.
Ali Ali is so cute in that bow tie! I hope the weather continues to cooperate and everything goes perfectly.
So many people will be thinking of your family....and smiling!
Ali Ali looks so handsome and ready – it seems he is saying “Let the festivities roll in…”
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