Guess where we went on Saturday?
Yes, a wedding. My goddaughter (the daughter of an old friend), got married and it was such a lovely wedding.
Great to get dressed up in all the gear, new hat, new shoes – the lot. The ceremony was lovely – everyone seemed to find it amusing that I was squashed between husbands. The ex was invited and it was good to catch up with his news.
It was a lovely occasion – these days we seem to have been to more funerals than weddings and it made a most delightful change – Laura was a lovely bride and the groom was Scottish so it was all kilts and funny socks. The vicar said it was great not being the only man in a skirt! Instead of confetti we were all given special wedding bubbles to blow. Great fun.
At the reception I produced the little Pogo printer from my handbag and was able to print off some pics while we waited to be fed. It was a simple matter to stick them into the order of service booklet and the bride and groom were delighted. I told them that they won’t be the best photos they’ll see, but they were the first.
I’ve been playing with my rock-art photos. Here is a postcard decorated with Pogo prints and sprayed with Moon Shadow Mist.
Lots of printing has been done to turn these studies into a bigger piece – now I must start on the stitching.