Here are the Top 10 (ish) photos of things I did in June. Blogging got away from me. Better late than never.
I mentioned this before
, but I went to Salt Lake City. This pillow was on my bed in my hotel room. How adorable. Look at that salt shaker.
I visited the Mormon temple. Actually I didn't go IN, but I did a few loops around. It has beautiful architecture, interesting place.
As you can tell, he's very happy to be on the Plains for the first time! (Although I may have been the happier one that he was finally getting to experience Auburn...)
I'm not sure why but I really love this candid shot. Thought I would add it for good measure.
Reunited again! The second time in just 3 months. We could get used to this... Rose
I guess the pressure is on for you!
I found out that Rose had never climbed the Auburn sign to take a picture! That changed quickly when I learned that. We made our way up there with the beautiful Samford Hall
in the background!
And then to make Brendan feel like a true Auburn-er, I made him climb up to take a picture too. He could pass for an Auburn grad!
The beautiful bride before the wedding.
Backstage waiting for the big event. (I forgot to mention: Rose and I were candle lighters in the wedding! We had to really focus or else a small mishap could have burned down the church and ruined Rachel's big day. We made it through successfully-whew!)
At the Greystone Mansion for the reception.
Tyler and Rose
Trying to catch the bouquet (I get competitive with this stuff at every wedding
Still waiting... and probably encouraging Rachel to throw it to me.
Even after all of my theatrics, I still didn't catch it.
So naturally I made Brendan go for the garter (you can see him in the far right of this picture above).
He didn't try very hard... and he didn't catch it.
Our wonderful hostess and the sweet Roberts girls.
I think Brendan was saying here "Please take my picture again!" So I obliged. (That's actually probably the exact opposite of what he was saying.) I like the picture though!
Goodbye to the newlyweds!
After the wedding, we headed back to Tuscaloosa. I spent the day on Sunday with my family and at the lake. I couldn't ask for anything more fun!
I'm pretty certain this was way over 10-ish photos. Too much to commemorate, I suppose.