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Joyful Anticipation

JOY,
sat here thinking about 
leaving the nest,  it's that time of year!
The youngest of the brood left quite awhile ago
now, but he's coming home next
Wednesday for the last time!
That is as a single man,
 because come Friday 6th May he's going 
to wed the beautiful Karen,
here she is sewing 
things for the 
Big Day
what a 
JOY!

Sharing the JOY Thursday 
Meri's Musings

Comments

miss*R said…
beautiful :)
rebecca said…
dear sweet sue,
i am holding you in my heart of hearts.
these milestones...these branches leaning out
brightly into the limitless sky.
sigh....
xxooxoxoxox
Annie said…
Best wishes and many blessings for a long life together for the happy couple.
Meri said…
What a great thing to look forward to! They leave the nest to start their own and we get to share in their happiness. What could be better?
Dawn Elliott said…
What a beautiful post about renewal, transition, and love. May is the perfect time to wed. Thanks for sharing your joy!
Carola Bartz said…
Definitely a more significant wedding for your family than the one coming up in a few hours...
jo©o said…
Bitter-sweet mix.
His going to joy will relieve your sadness though.
Wishing much JOY to the new couple. As for your joy, we could feel it in your words and beautiful photos.

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