A very proud Dad with the lovely Bride on his arm.
The brand new Mr. and Mrs. Galbraith.
Aimee, Lyn, Craig, Jenna, Alan, now isn't that a lovely group?
Traditional... cutting of the cake.
The family tree, Jenna, Alan and Lyn, Jacqui and Peter.
The same very proud Dad and his younger daughter Aimee who made
a beautiful Bridesmaid.
A not so proud Dad and Mum whose children just didn't seem able
to behave properly.
Once the threat of no pocket money sunk in they calmed down enough
for one good shot, I never cease to be amazed by the power of the
bribe or threat of punishment, ( I immediately did as I was told.)
Well the second wedding is over and done with, it was a wedding planners dream with every little detail fitting like a glove, once more a beautiful setting on the banks of the Swan River, the whole wedding party looked superb a lovely service, a great meal and the guests were very friendly, in all it was a great day.
I have had the chance to spend some quality time with my family (of whom I am very proud… just in case that hadn’t shown!!) so although it has been a rushed trip, because of my need to be back home for the eye surgery on the 27th, and as there are still lots of places to go and people to see I’ll leave Perth in a couple of days to do some more visiting.
You can get some idea of my kids fun loving personalities from the group photo with their parents and as this was the first time we had all been together for many years it has been a very special visit.
I am going to miss my Roo spotter on the return trip, both for the company and the extra set of eyes… I will limit my night driving considerably in an effort to conserve our National emblem.
The opportunities to read your blogs have been limited and that isn’t going to change for a while yet so please forgive my neglect of blogging duties and be assured I will catch up as soon as I can.