Wedding Photos – Part 1

November 20, 2019 | My Jottings

I’ll be posting some photos in the next couple of weeks, and here are a few to start with.

Lloyd’s family and my family:

Lloyd and me with his son Paul and his wife Selena, Lloyd’s daughter Angela and her husband Craig, and their two children Jordyn and Cody:

Below: me with my children and grandchildren – my oldest daughter Sharon and her husband Chris and their children Cullen, Eleanor, Margaret and Louisa, Carolyn and her husband Jeremy and their children Clara, Elijah, Vivienne, Audrey, Miriam and Levi, and my youngest daughter Sara. By the way, all the gorgeous flowers were done by my beyond-talented daughter Sara.

Our wedding bands in front of one of the stained glass windows of my church:

And this one is of me with my three beloveds, Sara, Sharon and Carolyn:

I’ll post a short video soon too. We are in the midst of quite a bit here, so this is all for today. God bless your week,


  1. Pen Wilcock says:

    Oh, my goodness, these are so clear and good! I’ve sat here for ages, studying them in minutest detail. Praying for you, with medical things on the horizon for you — may you, your health, your marriage, your home, your family be blessed to the max. I bless you with the love of the Lord. xxx

  2. Just Julie says:

    Thank you for your prayers, dear Ember. Cup of tea soon? 🙂

  3. Diane Aro says:

    I love these pictures! Look at all that happiness on those beautiful faces! Thanks for sharing, Julie. Looking forward to more!

  4. Just Julie says:

    Thank you Diane — you are on my mind each and every day, and David too. So much love to you all… xoxo

  5. Nancy says:

    Beautiful photos of a beautiful event. The children in the photos must be so excited having new relatives. Thank you for sharing. Blessings to you and your new husband and both your families.

  6. Just Julie says:

    Thank you Nancy! It has been a blessing how loving and supportive our families have been. Have a wonderful week… xoxo

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