Tradition Deprived

Today I realized that it had been longer than normal since I last posted on my blog. However, I have a good excuse. In less than 72 hours, I will be walking my youngest daughter down the aisle on her wedding day! We have been knee deep in preparation for what seems like the last 20 years, but in all honesty, it has only been the last week that has gotten really crazy.

For that reason, I probably won’t be writing another post until after this Saturday’s wedding.  We are attempting to make it somewhat of hunky wedding, but I know that one of my favorite traditions will be missing…. the cookie table.  I guess I can only dream of how wonderful it would have been…….

Cookie Face

See you in a few days!

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9 Responses to Tradition Deprived

  1. Greg says:

    Why no cookie table? Your the father of the bride and your picking up the tab so there should be a cookie table.
    How about a Hunky band and some polka dancing or is that off the menu also?

  2. Eileen Tokar Lilley says:

    Is stuffed cabbage begin served at the reception?

  3. Linda (Negley) Gibb says:

    why no cookie table? That’s the best part of the food!

  4. Debra Faust-Clancy says:

    Happy Nuptials to your daughter Jim. GREAT photo, hahahaha!

  5. Michael Bashista says:

    Congrats to your daughter and future son-in-law. May they have a wonderful life together. And here’s wishing that her Dad has a wonderful time. That walk down the aisle with them is special. Hopefully you’ll still get a few of the Hunky traditions in!

  6. Bob Chermonitz says:

    L’Chaim

    • Jack Schalk says:

      Speaking of weddings and things related to, is it still a common practice in the Duquesne area to have a car procession with the bride and groom leading the parade and the blowing of horns that went with it.
      No one in my new, adopted area does it.

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