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#368214 08/23/11 03:40 PM
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I thought y'all would like to see some pictures!
Crowning [photoreflect.com]

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The link didn't work for me.

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Huummmmm here is their blog with a few on it
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here's the corrected link Pani Rose

The Blog with piccies [onceineverylifephotography.com]

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Dearest Pani Rose,

Thanks so much for sharing these most special photos of your daughter's wedding! She is so very pretty and slender, and her gown is really lovely both in its elegant simplicity and also on how good it looks on her! ... What a very, very pretty bride! (And the groom isn't too bad looking himself!! wink )

May the Lord bless Ann and Lenny with many years of marital happiness, good health, and much love.

Again, thanks for sharing your Ann's special day with us. smile

With love in Christ,
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Pani Rose,

Congratulations! I wish them many years.

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Beautiful photos and a beautiful couple (and I love the photo of the two little flower girls - with one leading the other by the hand - walking together up the aisle). Also, I'm reminded of Rose's earlier post, in which she described how, through the kindness and inventiveness of friends, Deacon Stan, despite his grave illness, was blessed to see the wedding of his daughter and son-in-law from his hospital room.

May God grant Ann and Lenny many years of love and happiness.

Many years,

Neil


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Thank you all!

Neil that is my favorite. The y got to the front, Riley looked up at the photographer, figured he was in their way, and walked right around him. It so shows her personality.

The kids all love the one with him in the hospital room, with us all together.

By the time we got to the hospital, he had been explaining things to the nurses - it was a slow day - they were looking up all sorts of terms he used on the Internet. It shows what Paul said, that it is in our weekness we are strong. Flat on his back, he was evangelizing.

It reminds me of when he first went into renal failure. During Holy Week, after the blessing of the oil, I took some to the hospital to use on him, and left the bottle there. So the nurses were inquiring about the oil. He explained, they wanted to know if he could use it in them and pray for them. So he did, from that day, and until he left the hospital (he was there twelve weeks), he had a steady flow of people who worked in the hospital finding their way to him for prayer with the oil. Only God knows for sure, but I imagine our Lord Jesus did some wonderful works during that time.

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Originally Posted by Pani Rose
By the time we got to the hospital, he had been explaining things to the nurses - it was a slow day - they were looking up all sorts of terms he used on the Internet. It shows what Paul said, that it is in our weekness we are strong. Flat on his back, he was evangelizing.

It reminds me of when he first went into renal failure. During Holy Week, after the blessing of the oil, I took some to the hospital to use on him, and left the bottle there. So the nurses were inquiring about the oil. He explained, they wanted to know if he could use it in them and pray for them. So he did, from that day, and until he left the hospital (he was there twelve weeks), he had a steady flow of people who worked in the hospital finding their way to him for prayer with the oil. Only God knows for sure, but I imagine our Lord Jesus did some wonderful works during that time.

What a wonderful story! Thank you for sharing that.


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