Kerri and her dad (my first hubby) Kevin
During their vows
Mr and Mrs Brooks YAY!
With her Mumma and Pappa as a married girl!
Posing with her little brother (Pt 1)
And posing with him again (Pt 2)
I could have uploaded hundreds of snaps but I'm happy with the chosen few. This below picture simply sums up my girl. No airs or graces with her! Cop a load of this........
My funny, funny girl.....!
Despite the temperature in the 90's, my ringlet hair-do unfurling in the humidity, the wedding taxi getting 'lost' on the way to the reception then fleecing us for all he could via our Scots accent, and me forgetting my choker flower, it was a brilliant day. Bouncy castle and wedding bubbles for the
Everyone had a fabulous time. There was no 'exes' awkwardness. I get on really well with my ex husband and his family - still get invites from ex-in-laws to attend functions and celebrations! ( Life's too short for memory shackles!). And my son-in-law's family are so sweet and sincere. I think as a unit we're all delightfully nutty - which helps!
Overall, my biggest relief, with being more than 500 hundred miles from my angel, is that I don't have to worry about her. She simply has a gem of a husband.
Congrats, Kek and Jamesina.....XxX....looking forward to your 10th...!!