My Grandma Ada Barbara's Hartshorn Cookies. Made with baking amonia. Trying to work up the nerve to bake the rest of them. Terrible smell while baking. But the next morning, when you've had time to forget about what happened to your nose the day before... So light and the biscotti has to move aside! Cookie and coffee.
Blurry yes, but photos with Mom on are few and far between.
Went to D.C. for our tenth anniversary. Good memories. We had always wanted to visit the Holocaust Museum. So, not very romantic there but... it was moving just the same.
Engagement photo. I did like that dress, it had a red border at the bottom. But I am so ashamed of the way it is looking on this picture. Cape not laying nice at all. "Put your arm down Jo!" I tell myself. (this is not a picture we sent out)
My cousin Ryan ushering in my good friend Christine.
Back there behind them is Uncle Dan and Aunt Joyce.
Ted you stick out the most on this photo. So little.
Aunt Ruth and Grandma. Our wedding was pretty soon after Grandpa Reuben passing away. That makes this photo a little bit sad. Although that is Grandpa's car we drove around in.
Bridal party, we were so cold. Or they were. I don't think the bride and groom were.
Mike and Becky Fox, Us, Carolyn and Jeremy Weaver, Nate's sister Carla, and my brother Tristan
Our very first argument was over cutting the cake. Nate insisted that we cut it from the top.
Jeffrey eying up the punch.
We laughed the whole time we cut the cake.
We had rehearsed how to hold our hands on the knife.
My name is Lydia Jo, Lydia is after my Grandma. But everyone calls me Jo.
My husband is Nate and we are best friends. Love him! Also the mother to five children whom you will see many pictures of here. Two family pets. Harley and Piper Fox Red English Labradors.