I get tears in my eyes during the part where they put on the rings and recite their vows! I think Jen shed some HAPPY tears!
Great nephews and nieces got bubbles to play with. That kept them busy for awhile! There were 6 kids 8 years and younger here at our place, but more at other relatives and motels. Sure a lot of energy going on! I didn't have my camera with me at the wedding dance, but you should have seen them all dance. They all had a great time, and I'm sure slept soundly after getting to their beds late Sat. night.
We've had some nasty storms here in this area on Friday. The town of Wadena, is about 45 miles south of us, and they were hit very hard. Tornado damage is so terrible. Here are a couple of pictures of the damage to their high school. I heard on the news today that the path was 1 mile wide x 10 miles long, and it went through the southwest of the city. It was rated a F 4, so that is pretty nasty! All of our wedding company were rerouted around the city on their way up north from southern Minnesota, the twin cities and Iowa.
The entrance to the high school with a grain auger right through the wall!
The roof of the school taken off, and damaged cars blown in!We've never had a tornado at our farm, but that's not to say it can't happen! Thankfully no one was killed in Wadena, but there were 38 injuries. A lot of volunteers helping those folks to get things back together. I've listened to their area radio station and they're getting help from all over.
I have to say I'm sorry for not writing up a new blog for the past weeks. I've been trying to lay low with my leg up to let my sore knee heal - it'll be a long process. Finally did go to the doctor, and no broken or cracked knee cap; no blood clots; just very very brused knee. Doc said it'll take awhile to heal. Not suppose to force bending it until it feels okey to do so. There is still water on the knee, but the doctor said that will be absorbed. So that's the update on my knee.