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We got married!
Saturday July 1, 2006
11:00 am
Bear Creek Lake Park
Morrison, Colorado
The outdoor wedding took place at beautiful Bear Creek Lake Park in Morrison, Colorado.  The entire day was just perfect.  The weather was gorgeous, the ceremony went off without a hitch and everyone had a great time at the reception!

We had a Hawaiian theme wedding with lots of guests coming out in their grass skirts and tropical shirts.  Comfort was key in this balmy, hot Colorado summer day!

Our friend Jesse supplied the wedding ceremony music by playing the flute accompanied by a music CD.  He played "Ave Maria" as a Prelude while Handsome, Chad (the best man) and Pastor Roger walked down the aisle.  Then Jesse played "Pachelbel's Canon in D" while Handsome's then 9 year old sister, Chardonay (our flower girl), and Caden (our ring bearer), and finally I walked down the aisle.  Jesse also doubled as my "man-of-honor" during the ceremony.

Petra (Handsome's sister) read a poem to the bride and groom during the ceremony.  We each wrote our own vows which we both recited flawlessly!  My friend Gary read an Apache blessing poem to the newly married couple.

Jesse played "Ode to Joy" as the recessional music after the ceremony was over.

The reception after the ceremony was a great time, lots of people, lots of food!  People say that the time flies on your wedding day and they weren't kidding!  I was saying goodbye to more people than I said hello to, so if we missed anybody, we sincerely apologize!

"Now you will feel no rain for each of you will be shelter for the other.  Now you will feel no cold for each of you will be warmth for the other.  Now there is no more loneliness; now you are two person but there is only one life before you.  Go now to your dwelling - to enter into the days of your life together - and may your days together be good and long upon the earth." ~Apache Marriage Blessing