On May 21, 2017 (the warmest day of the year so far), Dwight and Gabrielle said “I do”. The bride was stunning in a white gown which had a cutaway back and short train. The groom was so handsome in his deep blue tuxedo jacket. The were married at Westwood Plateau Golf & Country Club in front of about 70 friends and family. Good luck to this lovely couple as they walk together as husband and wife!.
Photo by: Kelli Stevenson-Village Photography On August 18th, my husband and I celebrated 25 years of married life together. We had a little party in our lovely village with some dear friends and are now on the next 25 year journey! Why is it important to honor and pay tribute to the milestones we reach? As I have said previously, for one thing, it slows down time. The other reason is it forces us to stop and recall, remember and celebrate our accomplishments. Think about birthdays, graduations from school, physical recoveries, retirement and much more. Make a point of recognizing.
Twenty-five years ago in India in January 1990, Sharon and Nelson took their vows of marriage. One son later and many locations around the world have brought them to North Vancouver. I was honored to speak at their anniversary party from the deck of their amazing house with a million dollar view! They have weathered the storms of married life and have come out loving each other more deeply and with a mature love that only couples with many years together can know. They are proud of themselves as immigrants to Canada and now Canadian citizens. Such a significant date.
It’s not Kim eating carp it’s the Canadian Association for Retired persons! Last Saturday, June 27th a group of vendors and service companies/organizations hosted at the South Arm Community Center in South Richmond. This trade show was specifically focused to assist retired persons to remain independant End of Life Services are a sensitive and sometimes awkward topic of discussion for some and others recognize that it is an inevitable conversation. Planning ahead is a gift you can give to your family and friends and I encourage all of you to do so! If you are making arrangements for your deceased.
Julie and Dan were married May 17th 2008 at Brock House on the front lawn. After a rainy and cool spring their wedding day held all the promise of a summer day! Thank you for the honor of co-writing and officiating on your wedding, my first wedding! You gave me the confidence to become a Life-Cycle Celebrant, a career I love! Congratulations on your happy marriage. You seem to grow more in love with one as each year passes. I am honored to be included in you circle of friends..