Wedding Bells…

June 18, 2008 at 8:05 pm (Family, wedding) ()

I’ll be away from Books to the Ceiling for a while, for the best of all possible reasons: to see my son and his beautiful fiancee become husband and wife.

They are getting married in Wyoming; as they say their vows, they will have the stunning Grand Tetons as a backdrop.

I should be blogging again by the end of June. Meanwhile, enjoy the rest of the month – and keep reading!

What is so rare as a day in June? / Then, if ever, come perfect days…”


  1. Kay said,

    Take care and congratulations to your son and his wife-to-be. Lovely setting for a wedding. Have a wonderful time.

  2. Roberta Rood said,

    This is most gracious of you, Kay – Thanks!

  3. Carol said,

    Lovely couple. Enjoy!

  4. Roberta Rood said,

    Thanks, Carol!

  5. Ginny said,

    Hey, Roberta,
    Mozel tof!! Ben has come a long way since his “popsigger” days. What a remarkable son you have raised! I wish many happy and healthy years to Ben and his bride.
    With loving wishes,

  6. Nancy said,

    The wedding was perfect, but the best part was seeing you.

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