Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Yesterday he was only 4 now he is a husband !

Congratulations are in order ,I am a mother-in-law  why do they call it that awful name,
Seems to me after witnessing the Marriage of my son Tim to his beautiful bride Megan it should be mother-in-love
As they are -so in love i mean just as it should be.The day at Mt Tomah botanical gardens was just too perfect.
Well actually it was just perfect enough.The groom was handsome the bride looked like a princess and the wedding party looked like a film set against the background of our beautiful Blue Mountains.
The mothers cried and when they played Guy Sebastions" Angels brought me here ",one mother really cracked (hmm it could have been me) .You see yesterday he was only four ,so full of life and trouble and hugs.Now he is a man ( and he is her problem now hehe) I guess i did my job really and what a job that was. I cant believe the happiness a mother holds when her children find THE ONE and you know at last they are truly happy.He did
he found the one and what a lovely one she is , I am a lucky mother-in law I finally have a daughter (in-law, in-love) after four sons she was a long time coming.
see In the blink of an eye it happened ( I guess 10 years will do that to sons! )


nbeltane said...

Jules what a beautiful post.

And boy have the boys changed in 10 years. Love the before and after photos, and all of the other photos as well.

Vicki said...

Congratulations, Jules, to your son and his new bride. I raised two boys so I, too, was thrilled to have some "daughters in love". I know your family is thankful to have you as their very special mom. Enjoy the rest of your week. Thank you for dropping by for a visit. Love and hugs~Vicki

Junk-it Junction... said...

Aww, you nearly made me cry reading this the photos, and spectacular view for a wedding!
Im not ready to let go of my children yet, there locked up for good!!Lol

Glenda said...

wow what a proud mumma you are and how beautiful the bride and groom., I hope you had the best day ever Jules you deserve it.,we all grow up to fast hay.,,.love you heaps my friend.,love glenda., I hope all is well with you and stuff

onargyll said...

And let the magic begin!!!!
May you have warm words on a cold evening,
A full moon on a dark night,
And the road downhill all the way to your door.
Have a wonderful, wonderful life!!


Linda said...

This is so beautiful and bittersweet - and TRUE. Just like that the years go by. It's like a dream.

Congratulations on your son's wedding and being a Mother-in-LOVE. :) Gorgeous photos and you have a wonderful family.


whymsicalmusings said...

Jules what a wonderful post! You indeed are a lucky mother:)Thanks for stopping by my blog with a big smile. It made my day!

Rebecca said...

What wonderful memories captured by picture!!!!

Southern Lady's Vintage said...

Jules, I am so happy for your son! They are a beautiful couple and I wish them an eternity of happiness! Ready for grandchildren?!?!?!? I can't wait for you to experience that joy!!! Loved all of your photos!! What a gorgeous view too! Perfect!

Lynn@ The Vintage Nest said...

Awww...loved all photos and congratulations on gaining a daughter. I have a daughter-in-law too and call my other son's long time girlfriend my daughter-in-love. :)

Keke said...

Amazing Amazing Amazing.... You did great Jules.... Kuddos! Four handsome men and what beautiful glad you shared!!! I miss you...we need to have a long distance e chat's been too long! XOXO So happy, happy, happy for you! Keke

Keke said...


Just popping in... I hope your having a blessed day... XO Keke

Tara said...

Beautiful pictures.My dad lives in the blue mountains,,Gorgeous scenery..xx

Linda said...

Thank you for sharing this and it is so right that yesterday he was only four - I understand that. I looked at my lot around dinner one night and asked the question "Where was I when this was happening" My younger very witty and very funny daughter said "You were the one driving the car". lol

Your blog is lovely and from your heart.

Love and hugs,