This first picture is of Aime and her dad, my Uncle David, walking down the aisle. I love Aime's expression here as she recognizes our family standing and honoring her on her special day.
This picture of Geoff and I with Aime was taken during the reception. Aime is twelve years younger than I am and I have fond memories of her as an adorable toddler running around my grandparent's house on Christmas Eve in her red feety pajamas. She is just as cheerful and full of joy now as she was as a two year old. She is an incredible sweetie.
This last picture is not that great, but it contains many of my cousins, their spouses, one of my uncles and aunts, my dad and Sandy. This was such a happy day for our family. Like most extended families we see each other at weddings and funerals. At these times we always say we should get together more often. But, like families everywhere, it rarely happens. Our family has suffered some tragic events in the last year and we really needed a happy occasion to be together. It's though these horrible times that we realize how important family is. Even if we don't see each other often. This is my family. And I love each and every one of them. I would do anything for them. And I know they would do the same for me. They're my family.