I started 10 days ago...and never got to the place where I got to say how beautiful my baby was! She was so busy with the details that she didn't get to enjoy herself until she saw her dress and flowers, and then she just beamed! We really lucked out on the weather - it would have been a disaster had it rained, since there was a walk to the chapel and the chapel itself was open-air, but as it was, the weather was mild, the lighting was perfect and the bride was stunning!
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You wait and wait and in the blink of an eye it's all over. I want more! I want to re-live the day again. Guess I can by telling about it here. Our trip to Austin was awesome, albeit short. Mom, Andy and I stepped off the plane on Wed. March 2nd at 4 pm and immediately felt like we were on vacation. The day was warm (70ish) and we headed to Nova's to be with Kiryn and David for a barbeque. Nova had made delicious bride and groom cookies that held us over while we waited for David Evans to come home and do some grilling. It was so nice to sit OUTSIDE and enjoy AIR and see the beginnings of buds and all kinds of signs of spring. Fast forward to Thursday, another glorious, sunny day and we enjoyed every moment by enjoying the backyard again, headed to the peacock park, hiked Mount Bonnell and then visited Ladybird's Wildflower Gardens. Thursday night was "Meet the Parents" and David's father and step-mother were absolutely great people. Great Tex-Mex f