Thanksgiving dessert and a wedding

Well, I wasn’t even in the same contest with the people that did take top honors in the Make the Mammoth Men Laugh contest. I almost fell OFF MY CHAIR when I saw the Mammoth Men in leotards—my naked beach boys had nothing on that.

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Still not sure what we’re making for Thanksgiving dessert, can I just have one of each of your suggestions so I can decide? Thank you. If you volunteered a recipe, the answer is, of course, YES I WANT IT.

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Actually getting down to personal photos after all the OPK photos. I just sorted through a few snaps I took at a gorgeous fall wedding of two friends more than a month ago, aren’t they a beautiful couple? And fun, too. It was a great party, filled with emotion.

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Told you they were fun.

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Happy love!

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8 Responses to “Thanksgiving dessert and a wedding”

  1. Christina Says:

    Love the wedding pics! They are a beautiful couple, and I adore her wedding gown!

  2. Sara Says:

    Beautiful pictures of a beautiful couple, and that little peanut is a doll! As always, your talent amazes me.

  3. JenBun Says:

    Happy love! Hooray!

    Beautiful!

  4. Melissa Says:

    Great shots Anna! What lens are you using to get everything looking so sharp and crisp?

  5. SPOILED MOMMY Says:

    Beautiful!!
    Thank you for stopping by my site…I love your pictures!!
    Yes, I will be droppng by now on a regualr basis.

  6. laura Says:

    So fun to see wedding pics of people I know! Great photos. Have a very very Happy Thanksgiving!

  7. Carrie Says:

    A great non-traditional Turkey Day Dessert – super easy to make and it will be a hit! My boys refer to it as “Caterpillar Cake” or “Zebra Cake.” Get those thin, chocolate wafer cookies (they come in a yellow box) – in the cookie aisle. Get a container of whipped cream (fresh is best) and whip a dash of vanilla into it. Spread the cream between the cookies and then all over the top of the cookies and make a big long “caterpillar” like roll. Put it in the fridge. The next day (or a few hours later after the cookies get soft) slice it on the an angle to get the “zebra” stripes on the inside. SOOOO GOOOD! And in case this made NO sense whatsoever, the recipe is on the box of the cookies 🙂 Happy Thanksgiving!

  8. Christine Koh Says:

    These photos are gorgeous. They make me want to get married again. Same guy, new party! 🙂

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