We started day 6 with a delivery run to the site of the reception at Dr. Todd and Karen Pullin’s house. We found the grounds lush, shaded by verdant Live Oak branches forming a thick, green canopy over the grounds. The weather is going to be just about perfect for this time of year.

After lunch, we met the groom’s parents for the first time and realized how/why Brandon and Ann fell in love: they are awesome people, so easy to befriend. No wonder that our kids would be attracted to one another!

We practiced getting it right.

We practiced getting it right.

Later, rehearsal, presided over by Pastor Tim, and then on to the rehearsal supper hosted by the Kuhns. We enjoyed watching the Kansans chow down on crawfish etoufee and other specialties of this very country Cajun restaurant.

After the public party ended, we gathered with Ann, Zach, Trisha, and Payton in the Happy Place for candle light repartee on this gorgeous spring evening. Family is best. All seems well with the world as the day ended

Sarah takes a break this morning from planning at the lush grounds of the reception.

Sarah takes a break this morning from planning at the lush grounds of the reception.

, as we are richly blessed.

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