Sometimes a week takes you in all directions. Last Friday evening, we were able to watch these two lovely people get married by way of Zoom. The wedding was in the San Francisco area.
This is my brother's daughter, Renee, and her husband, Sean. Both of my brother's girls got married this year - we told him he won the wedding lottery!
Only immediate family of the bride and groom were there, and lots of us watched on Zoom.
We brought my mom over to watch the wedding on our big computer screen, and toasted them with a glass of wine. My mom told me she was happy as a clam!
Really, the only problem with Zoom weddings is you don't get any cake. So I made sure we had a little wedding-like cake. I found this at our King Soopers grocery store - it was called Lemon Cream Shortcake. Tasty!
I also read a good book this week, and that's always a happy time for me. Eight Hundred Grapes, by Laura Dave, also the author of The Last Thing He Told Me.
Another "couldn't put it down" book. I don't remember who shared this book in a post recently (was it you, Wendy?!), but thanks for the recommendation! This is a good one!
Unfortunately, late Tuesday night we learned that Mike's mom had passed away. She was 93, and had been in declining health for several years, but it's still hard. She will be missed! I'm happy that we just saw her a couple weeks ago. This photo was taken on Mother's Day when the family was last able to get together. That, of course, made her really happy, and you can see it in the smile on her face!
Thanks for visiting on "I Like Thursday" hosted by LeeAnna at Not Afraid of Color. Hope you're having a great day!