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Monday, April 21, 2008

Neil & Laura Warner

Laura and Neil, I love you both
& I pray God will bless you in the years to come
Congratulations to Neil and Laura on their marriage. Saturday's ceremony and the following reception were both beautiful and many tears of happiness were shed. I am not ashamed to admit I shed some of my own when I danced with my sister. I'm going to post a couple pictures here and put them and others on the wedding blog. Keep in mind that, because I was in the wedding party, these pictures do not cover the ceremony.


7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Absolutely lovely pictures!!!! It was a beautiful wedding, and a beautiful day for such a beautiful couple. :-) Many prayers and blessings to the new couple. That first picture you posted is definitely my favorite.
Kelley

Anonymous said...

It was so very good to see you Scott!! The pictures turned out beautifully! :) I hope it won't be another two years before we're able to visit again.

Anonymous said...

Oops... just realized that I didn't sign my name to the last one. :)

Shayna

Scott Appleton said...

Thanks, my two-most-faithful bloggers! (:

Anonymous said...

Umm, I'm not exactly a blogger. :) (Just a commenter :) and blog-reader.)
Kelley

Scott Appleton said...

But... a blog commenter... and no one 'comments' as consistently as you do. If I ever hand out an award to my most faithful blog visitor, it'd be you. (:

Anonymous said...

Thanks! :) What an honor.
Kelley

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