“Like Mold on Bread”

To love and be loved is to feel the sun from both sides. – David Viscott

 

We had the pleasure of witnessing the marriage of two old friends today. These two met at BAAYF, a youth camp that some how ends up producing lifelong couples…including my marriage with Ken. It’s always fun to see a love story unfold from the very beginning, when nothing existed at all, to the many stages that transform two people into compatible partnership. Ken used to joke with Nate about the power of being like “mold on bread.” A dear friend shared the analogy with me years ago, some guys just grow on you and one day you find yourself wanting to spend the rest of your life with them. We are happy that Nate won Andy’s heart and we wish them all the very best as they begin this new journey of their lives. I have to thank Aaron for snapping these photos, since Baby Jude was sound asleep on my lap. Oh, and what was the highlight of the ceremony? Watching the ringbearer walk backwards down the aisle and have him call out, “Hi! Uncle Ken!”

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