Katie worked with me about 10 years ago. She was in college at OSU and was an intern at the mental health center where I worked. She babysat for my kids, even spending the night with them when Brad and I were out of town for several days. If I’d had a kid when I was like 13, it would have been Katie. She became like a member of our family.
We kept in touch over the years and when she got engaged she reached out to see if I would be willing to travel to Montana to take her wedding photos.
Um…Y E S
Katie, you couldn’t have picked a better husband or planned a better wedding. Seriously. Katie’s 5 brothers collectively walked her down the aisle. There was dancing and laughing and enjoying it ALL the entire weekend. Huckleberry Ice Cream sandwiches instead of a cake? Yes please. Heartfelt toasts from several siblings, although I’m pretty sure everyone there would have stood up to toast this amazing bride and groom if they’d had the chance.
I have too many “favorites” to share and at least this many other faves that I decided not to. The setting, the people…the whole thing was truly magical.
Congratulations dear sweet Katie. Chris, you struck gold! (Katie, you did pretty darn for well too. I like him a LOT!)