Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Mr. Kenju and me at the wedding.

Called "The Titanic", it is made of 5 different kinds of rum and pineapple juice.  It was very tasty until the ice melted and watered it down. And yes, that IS a fishbowl it is served in. 

Some of my family. 

Sunset over the Albemarle Sound.

Our table. It had a 3 foot tall silver candelabra that rained wax on us all night.  I had wax in my water, my champagne and my cocktail.   :-/

One of the Italian confection displays; with bags for take-home treats!

Our beach house (for three days)

Cutting the cake. 

12 comments:

OldLady Of The Hills said...

Ohhh, What a sweet picture of you and Mr. Kenju! And that drink sounds lethal....lol! But it looks good in that fish bowl...!
It sure sounds like you had a couple of very lovely and special days, my dear Judy....!

LL Cool Joe said...

What a lovely photo of you both!

I'm not sure the wax in the champagne sounds good though!

Pat said...

Who is the handsome couple at the top?

Miss Dazey said...

May the bride and groom live happily ever after. Everything looks lovely and you and Mr. Kenju look happy.

Grannymar said...

I am sure you enjoyed a wedding without any of the work. You and Mr Kenju look well.

Granny Annie said...

Everything sounds great except for the candle wax with your meal:)

Fantastic beach house! How fun was that?

Star said...

Love the photo . And the goodie bags!

Nancy said...

You and Mr. Kenju are a lovely and handsome couple.

No wonder your children are so attractive...

Wasn't it nice to go to a wedding you didn't have to work all week to present?

Ginnie said...

Nice looking family, Judy. I'm glad you had fun but what was that about the wax raining down on you?

Anonymous said...

The photo (first one) shows a gorgeous couple - wow!

It sounds like you had good time. It's too bad that the candles weren't "no drip".
Cop Car

Gilly said...

It all looks lovely - especially that photo of you! And I like the idea of bags for take-home treats! But not the wax with everything!

joared said...

The wedding I read about in your previous post sounded delightful. You and Mr. Kenju handsome couple. Glad you can enjoy all this together. Am reminded that our son's wedding was the last trip of any consequence my husband was able to take. Wish the weather could have been a bit cooler for you. But glad everyone had such a great time.