Some little people feel that weddings are just down right boring and should be viewed from a variety of different angles. Kaden is the bride's son and some day this photo will no doubt come back to haunt him in a big way.
The wedding was held in a little church that has received "Heritage status" . . . such a tiny, well maintained building that also included the attached reception hall. How convenient for everyone - there was no travelling to this part of the city and then another . . . everything was held in the church, in the reception hall or on the grounds - it was perfect. The photo shows one of the views through the church window . . . I loved all the views from everywhere while we were in Kelowna.
As we started our trek home we stopped in to visit a friend of mine who had moved out to Creston last year. Syd and her husband have settled right into their new lifestyle and we were treated to homemade pizza with asparagus and mushrooms. And speaking of views . . . I believe the most beautiful view I saw on the whole trip was from Syd's front yard looking towards the mountains . . . I think I was so awestruck I forgot to even get my camera out! It was an absolutely beautiful, unhindered vista that was absolutely amazing. (Syd - if you're reading this - step outside and take a picture for me!).
Lots of Moda fabric just laying about . . . didn't they know that there was still lots of room in my trunk?
So with much restraint I limited myself to a few fat quarters (for a new project I thought of) and a layer cake. By this point in the trip I was starting to watch my VISA climbing quite dramatically . . . so restraint was definitely in order.
One more quilt shop stop - The Fabric Addict in Lethbridge, Alberta.