When it comes to wedding photos we do not have that many to match with a group like this -
The Yorkshire sun is shining on Alexander (Alan's son) and Heather today. May they go for gold as some of us have done..
For other nuptial reminiscences accept the invitations at Sepia-Saturday-233.
|St Michael's Church, Stamford|
(View down Ironmonger Street)
That's the church in which my wife and I married in 1958. Sadly now it has been converted into shops.
However on that fateful day a wedding group graced its doorway.
|L-R: My mother, best man Ian Norton, groom and bride, bride's father and mother (Bob and Amy), bridesmaid Clare Trusty|
The only survivors from this group are my wife and I. However I can show you Bob and Amy with one of their granddaughters as a bride from some time later.
|Bob, Christine and Amy|
Time warps as you get older and already our golden wedding has come and gone. In 2008 our sons and daughter treated the happy pair to a celebration on Tresco in the Isles of Scilly.
|The Golden Couple|
And just so that they are not left out, here's the 'kids' with their mother.
|Andrew, Rachel and Adrian|
One of the things we acquired for our golden wedding was a souvenir rosebush. Here's how it looks today nearly six years later.
|The Golden Rose|
I tried to find some music to end this post and could find nothing better than;-
The title may be 'One Rainy Wish' but listen to the words - 'Golden rose, the colour of the dream I had not too long ago.'