Saturday morning we took off fairly early to get to Molalla to pick up Mom. My brother, Henry was getting married. The wedding was at 2: o'clock, but they were taking pictures before, so they wanted Mom there by noon. We arrived in Molalla at 11:00 and headed for Oregon City and the church. After a couple of wrong turns, we got her to the church on time. I took pictures, also, and tried to stay out of the photographers way. Cindy has never been married before, but has a large family, with a lot of special nieces and nephews.
Henry and Cindy dated 30 years ago and recently met again at my sister, Laurie's 40th anniversary party. My brother-in-law Arnold is a cousin to Cindy.
My brother's children were their attendants. Jason got a weekend pass from the military in order to be the best man.
The wedding was beautiful.
Henry and Cindy, with Jordan, Jessica, Mom, and Jason
Father and son
Cindy's dress was beautiful, and she looked lovely. Henry didn't look too bad, either.
My husband, Mike, got bored with all the picture taking, and took a nap, and I caught him.
The guests begin arriving. This is my niece Katie, and my sisters, Linda and Laurie
Linda and Tom
Laurie, Hannah, and Arnold
One of my favorite aunts - Aunt Alma and her friend, Don. They went to high school together, married other people, both lost their mates, and found each other.
My favorite Uncle Don and Aunt Jean. They have been married 54 years.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Norquist
Hannah get a special greeting
Laurie, with Jody, her daughter-in-law, and grandsons, Larson and Oliver
Cutting the cake
Last minute good bye to Jordan
After the ceremony we went into Portland to the Rheinlander, a German restaurant for Linda and Tom's anniversary dinner. They had eaten there when they go engaged 40 years ago.