I did photograph the wedding of Arlene Warrior's exquisitely lovely daughter Aurora - especially so in her white buckskin dress - just like she asked me to at Abby's Home Cooking restaurant one week ago. It took place at Alyeska, about a two-hour drive from here. Along the way, I dropped Margie and Jobe off at what was then the empty house of Jacob and Lavina.
It was a truly beautiful wedding. I was a bit off my usual game, because I am afraid that five weeks of shingles has really left me drained, my energy low. Still, I did the best I could - yet I was not at my best. I will see if I can get a few up tomorrow.
When I stopped on the way back to pick Margie up, I found Kalib engrossed, once again, in the Thomas the Train Railroad. It had some new features, including the overpass and the green bridge arches.
A minute or two after I started taking pictures, Jobe came along to drive his own Thomas the Train engine under the overpass.
Somehow, Jobe managed to knock out several links of track, plus the green bridge arches.
I wanted to get home so I could get the download of the wedding going before I went to bed and also put up this blog. I grabbed Margie and off we went without hanging around to see what happened next at the railroad.
We did make a quick stop upstairs though, where Lavina had just fed Lynxton. Now she was burping him.
"Burp! Burp! Burp!, Belch! Belch! Belch!" went Lynxton.