A ‘second wedding’

Hubby friends
Last weekend, the amazing Mom T arranged a "welcome-to-the US" reception for us at their wonderful home in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. The idea behind the event was for friends of the ‘senior’ Tynes’ to greet the husband and his "not so new" wife, which happens to be yours truly.

The event turned out beautifully, as I was able to meet and greet a huge number of people that were extremely friendly, welcoming and quite generous. That’s right. Many of those attending the reception brought wonderful gifts with them, making this ‘reception’ feel like a second wedding.

I also got a chance to finally meet some of the husband’s life-long friends whom I’d heard so much about. It was a real pleasure to hear some anecdotes of the husband’s younger days as told with a wink and a nod by Jeff’s childhood’s compatriots.The hostess

Even two of my Jordanian friends who live in the DC Metro area made it to the reception, something that meant a great deal to me since they drove over two hours just to be part of the festivity.

Mom T had worked for nearly a month on the reception and it showed, turning out truly super-fantastic. From wonderful invitations, to a tremendous assortment of food and drinks and, of course, lovely decorations, the event was just perfect. It was really special to feel like a bride one more time! Thanks Mom T and thanks for everyone who helped make the reception a great success, and that include Dad T and Aunt G.

4 Comments

  1. Luai December 10, 2005 at 6:43 pm

    Sounds like a great time! Glad you enjoyed yourself. Any stories Jeff was embarrassed by you would like to share with your readers?
    And I replied to you email. Your turn. šŸ™‚

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  2. natasha December 10, 2005 at 6:59 pm

    Luai,
    He he he I think I will keep these stories private. Sorry I have not got around to reply to your e-mail. Things have been extremly busy here with the holidays. You will hear from me soon enough, I promise:-))

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  3. kinzi December 11, 2005 at 3:18 am

    Sounds like the Tynes family are the kind that will make you feel like a bride, and also like long known family at the same time. You married into a great tribe! (that is how I feel about my hubby’s family, too)

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  4. Cie December 11, 2005 at 5:20 am

    How lucky you are to have such a nice mother-in-law. We should all hope to be similarly blessed when we get married!
    Peace.

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