Friday, October 21, 2005

We done and got married...

can't wait to see our photographer's version of this


the perfect honeymoon destination!

The wedding was perfect, the day was perfect, and England was GRAND. Wish I was there right now. We are still trying to get our lives and house in order, but I'll be back really soon with knitting content. Next up: more baby knitting (but not for me)!


Blogger jillz said...

Congratulations, Jen!

Glad to hear that everything went well & England was lovely!

9:10 AM  
Blogger aloicious said...

You're back!!!! I thought about you a lot the last couple weeks...How did the wedding go??? How was the honeymoon??? Now I know...can't ask for more than 'perfect'...I'm soo glad. Hope to see you soon...

2:56 PM  
Blogger Yvonne said...

Welcome back! Congratulations! You two make a lovely couple. :) I'm glad everything went well!!

6:14 PM  
Blogger mayflwr said...

congratulations! you both look so wonderfully happy together! :)

if i remember correctly, a lot of your work in metals used glass tubes...I'm sure I've already asked you (and I think you've already answered me!my life is so crazy that my mind has become so scattered!), but where did you get those? I'm working on a project where I need a slender glass tube, and I'm drawing a blank as to where to find them. (googling "glass tubes" seems to just get wholesale chemistry supplies!)

have fun settling in with your new hubby :)

12:05 PM  
Blogger luvs2knit said...

Jen...You were a beautiful bride!!! I'm glad you had a wonderful wedding day and an awesome honeymoon. Glad to hear that you are back. I hear your knitting is calling you!!!

12:58 PM  
Blogger Jen said...

Hi all! Thanks so much for the lovely comments. I haven't knit a stitch in almost a month. And now, it's knitting time!

May, I did use lots of glass tubes in my metalwork, and they all came from a friend and former teacher of mine, Keith Lo Bue (you should check out his work if you're not familiar with it- he's nutty!). I forget what they were actually supposed to be used for, but I suspect that they were some kind of chemistry supply item. Congrats on being selected for a juried show. Oh, I miss that kind of excitement!

Must go catch up on my blog reading....

11:07 AM  
Anonymous D R E W said...

damn, girl... he's cute.

4:21 PM  

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