Sunday was our first anniversary, the day Rod and I got married. He kept saying we shouldn’t have gotten married on Mother’s Day, but I guess it only overlaps every few years. Every year he puts together a family calendar with a collection of the best photos off his blog. He actually does a much better job of updating his blog than I do, and he keep it in chronological order, unlike mine. So if you want to know what our family is up to, check out Midwest Rock Lobster.
Our wedding was under a bridge, the cathedral of the Riverfront Heritage Trail. It was an absolutely beautiful location. We had 126 or so people come, our biggest party ever. We throw house parties once in a while, with about 25 people, but this seemed to be much bigger. I asked my aunt who was visiting, “Is this a big project, or am I just disorganized?” Well, it was also that I made the wedding into an art show, an alley kat race, a concert, a disc golf demo, and a community fire in the homeless people’s camp under the bridge. So there were a lot of things in motion.
Here’s a review of some of the best photos. All the photos in this set were taken by Claus Wawrzinek.