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Thank you everyone for your well-wishes for the happy couple and for the birthday wishes. Your comments have meant a lot to me.

We had a wonderful time with family and friends and gave the newlyweds a happy send-off to their honeymoon. My husband is taking them to the airport in a few hours to catch their flight to twelve glorious days in France.

As soon as I get organized I'll post a few more photos and restart blogging about Morocco. I'm looking forward to the weekend when I'll be able resume my blog reading and catching up with everyone. My brother and my husband’s brother are staying with us until Friday and we'll be taking a few day trips around our state.

Thank y'all again. I can't wait to read all those wonderful and interesting Feb. Bloggers posts!


Comments (8)

Twelve days in France sounds like a perfect honeymoon. How exciting for them!

And some local day trips with family sound like a lot of fun too...hope y'all have a great time!


I would kill for 12 glorious days in France right about now. And those smiles say just about everything.

Barb Cabot:

What a happy day. Please share more details and photos.

How lucky to go to France for the honeymoon. Enjoy your time with your brother and brother-in-law.


A late Happy Birthday to you. It sounds like a glorious wedding celebration (judging from the smiles) and is continuing for the 12 days in France! Enjoy your time with family... and continue celebrating your birthday... February is a short month afterall...

Annie, what a wonderful looking wedding. It's true what the say about brides glowing.
And happy belated birthday!

Kathy (Trekcapri):

Hi Maria, how beautiful! Romantic France sounds like a great place to start off their new life together. I'm sure they'll have a great time.

Thank you so much for posting these wonderful photos! Enjoy the rest of your family visits and don't forget to get some much needed rest.

Have a great weekend Maria!


The photos are wonderful, Maria! And I guess the weather cooperated?

And what could be better than a honeymoon in France!

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