10–Something to Celebrate

I’ve been trying to create a post highlighting the details of our wedding, 10 years ago, this week. But I am finding the challenge of blogging with pre-blogging, pre-digital images, combined with trying to get out of town for a family weekend, a little more than I can handle right now. So I’m not promising anything, but check back next week if you want to see what insanity we were up to 10 years ago.
In the meantime, I’ll leave you with this peek at our day, and tell my husband (in case he decides to check this blog) that I love him, and appreciate him putting up with all of my insanity! Here’s to many more reasons to celebrate in the future!

Comments

  1. Pink & Green Mama says:

    Happy Anniversary Kendra! We're celebrating 11 years tomorrow (8/8/98) : )

  2. Pink & Green Mama says:

    Happy Anniversary Kendra! We're celebrating 11 years tomorrow (8/8/98) : )

  3. Pink & Green Mama says:

    Happy Anniversary Kendra! We're celebrating 11 years tomorrow (8/8/98) : )

  4. Congrats to you on 10 years! Those were the days!!! :) Jen

  5. Happy anniversary! What a cute picture.

    XOOX
    Jen

  6. PinkBalloons&Macaroons says:

    hope you had a fabulous anniversary! I was just thinking that looked like a temple in the background of your pic then I looked over and saw you are LDS too. lol. I hope you have a fabulous day!! hugs!! Britt :-)

  7. PinkBalloons&Macaroons says:

    hope you had a fabulous anniversary! I was just thinking that looked like a temple in the background of your pic then I looked over and saw you are LDS too. lol. I hope you have a fabulous day!! hugs!! Britt :-)

  8. PinkBalloons&Macaroons says:

    hope you had a fabulous anniversary! I was just thinking that looked like a temple in the background of your pic then I looked over and saw you are LDS too. lol. I hope you have a fabulous day!! hugs!! Britt :-)

  9. congrats and happy anniversary.

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