I did get some weaving done this past week. The warp with black, blue gray and cranberry turned out nicely and I'm looking forward to assembling the pieces. Right now they've been washed (yes, the washing machine is still going well!!) and dry, ready for the next step in production!!
One of the first things D did after J and P got engaged was to ask DH to do the music for the wedding. We asked Z to help and flew him down from Boston to be part of the ensemble. DH will tell you that Z can play circles around him but together they sounded awesome.
We had iffy weather in the morning but by afternoon, the skies were partly cloudy with not a raindrop in sight!!
The ceremony was on a point in the lake, a fair distance from where any vehicle could drive. Didn't think about bringing the dolly! So they carried the amp together. Have to proteect those hands, you know!
So, this was termed a Hillbilly Hindu wedding. The bridesmaids all wore saris. Absolutely gorgeous, too!! Each sari was different. In December they're all flying over to India for a Hindu ceremony. I'm sure they'll have stories to tell about that!
Here's hoping it'll be awhile before the next wedding!! I think the parents of the bride need to recuperate, at least until December when they do it all over again in India! Roadtrip anyone?!
Until next week.