Thursday, June 15, 2006

picture this..


You walk down a beautiful rocky path which opens up to a clearing at the beach. Warm light shines and shimmers on the crystal blue water and fine white sand. To the left, there's a giant rock that was washed onto shore hundreds and hundreds of years ago by a glacier from James Bay. Nature has provided 'benches' for people to sit on, in the shape of limestone and fosilized rocks.

There's an arbor set up near the water, overlooking where the sun sets. Bunches of white, billowy, flowing tule are blowing with the wind. Ivy and other greenery and flora decorate the arbor. Along the path to this picturesque vista are citronella torches that guide you to this spectacular piece of Heaven on Earth.

This, my friends, is where we will be getting married in two days!!!

Now, I've got to get back to all the wedding chaos. Just needed to unwind and relax, and have found that writing this blog has been theraputic for me and just relaxes me and allows me to gathere all my thoughts...even if no one really reads this but a handful of my friends and family! :)

3 comments:

Stephen said...

I'm picturing it right now. Hope everything's perfect.

Dina said...

just wanted to let you know i'm thinking of you on your special day. Really wish we could have been there to see you two reciting your vows on the beautiful beach...the weather was perfect today for an outdoor wedding.
love you!!

Jill said...

Hope your day was perfect!!! Cannot wait to hear all about it and see pictures!!!

Congratulations!!!

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