Our little chef is prepping for a cook-down in STL. Fun with the KU apron; will need to update at some point with Cory’s cape pic.
Old news, but just got my People mag today. Olivia and I are twinsies! I Rock Chalk that hat, too.
As a thank you gift to our parents, Cory and I gave our families Blurb albums of both our Vietnamese engagement ceremony and our engagement photos. So, for Mothers’ Day we sent them the final of the set of three – our wedding album.
Well, admittedly, I didn’t finish the books in time for Mothers’ Day because I had such a hard time putting the photos together. Becky Hill took so many terrific images, that I had a hard (read: fun) time sifting them through all. I’m so thankful for these lovely images, especially since my videographer “lost” all of our wedding footage (that’s a whole ‘nother post!)…
You’ve probably already seen all the KU lovin’ incorporated in our wedding, but here’s the full wedding album. For Cliff’s Notes versions, a click on the links below for your viewing pleasure:
- A slideshow of Becky’s favorites
- A Facebook album of just a few of our favorite wedding pix
- A Facebook album of our Polaroid guestbook
- A wedding video by Erin Pot Pie
- Our video trailer (take a good look, cuz this is probably the only cut we’ll ever get from our rogue videographer – who shall remain nameless – although you can decipher the mystery vendor on his/her Vimeo page)
What’s your favorite pic from your wedding day?
I get so superstitious this time of year. It’s MARCH MADNESS!!
Our Father, who art in Lawrence,
Hallowed be thy Game.
Thy Tourney come,
Thy Championship will be done,
In San Antonio as it is in Allen Fieldhouse.
Give us this day,
Our deserved victory,
And forgive us our turnovers,
As we forgave Roy,
Who double-crossed against us.
Lead us not into defeat,
But deliver us from the East coast bias.
For Kansas is the Basketball Kingdom, the Tradition, the Glory,
Forever and ever,
Photo caption: Kansas head coach Bill Self watches with the bench as the Jayhawks make a run against Illinois during the second half on Sunday, March 20, 2011 at the BOK Center in Tulsa. LJWorld.com – Photo by Nick Krug.