It was love at first sight. Well, at second sight and first conversation of the day that is, between myself and Keith. We talked about our younger days of skateboarding and our current achey days of skateboarding. The deal was sealed. Oh yeah, there was Jennifer too. She’s the real deal. I actually met the two of them through Jennifer’s mom, who I worked with during my school teaching days. Her mom is a lovely woman. She’s a woman I snapped way to many embarrassing pictures of throughout this wedding day (not included here). She’s a woman that I knew would raise beautifully souled children and I found just that.
While Keith and I drank beer, Jennifer sipped on her cocktail to remedy a cold she’d been combating. There’s something about a personality like that, like those over a drink that breeds comfort. That comfort transfers over later on once we finally get together with camera in hand, vows at the ready. And I couldn’t have asked for a more relaxed couple to spend the day with. It was hot, there was a slight breeze from time to time and nothing seemed like anything but ideal. Jennifer and Keith rolled with it wearing light hearts and vibrant smiles. I like that. We always encourage couples to take it easy on your day. Make your preparations and then take it easy because it works so well from the visual side that we (Maria and I) come from.
Enjoy your guy.
Enjoy your gal.