The Wedding!

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December 4th 2010
Published: December 5th 2010
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If ever I dreamed of being a princess, that dream came true on November 20, 2011. It was a fairytale event when I married Robert David Williamson. The day began at 0400 when we were roused from bed for our early morning hair and makeup appointment. Looking, but not feeling wide eyed and beautiful at 0600 we were whisked off to my ban (house) where we were greeted by village guests, then usher... Read Full Entry

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5th graders singing 5th graders singing
5th graders singing

kaa si da si da ( Thai transliteration)
Pre wedding Photo opPre wedding Photo op
Pre wedding Photo op

I have the wrong bull by the horns
Never miss an opportunity...Never miss an opportunity...
Never miss an opportunity...

to show off my book

5th December 2010

Hi Lynda and Bob, Thought I would add one more blessing to the mix, but after reading your page, I don't think you'll need it. What a wonderful wedding! I am so impressed with what you've done with your time in the peace corp. and also that you've found the perfect man to fit your life style. You will carry these memories with you forever! We miss you and can't wait to see you when you get home. We'll have to have another party, but it will have to start much later in the evening so you'll remember it. Love Evelyn
5th December 2010

Lynda I am so happy for you both. You looked fabulous both of you! I hope you have wonderful and happy life together... See you soon Kisses Martine
8th December 2010

What a Unique Wedding
Thank you so very much for sharing in the forms of your usual stylish writing and pics for your special day. Wow, how unique can you get. It really would have been something to attend and so glad you got to have at least some family there. Only one thing to dispute...the comment about the marriage lasting....don't think I've ever seen two people more in love and joy than what I did in these pics. Can't wait to soak up some of that loving energy when you get back stateside and have your reception. I am sure it was such a joy for all the people involved in the planning of your celebration to give back some of what I am sure you have given them. Plain old unconditional love. Love you two and hope to see you both soon, Linda
10th December 2010

Thought of you today!
Lynda: I was thinking about you today, wondering what you were up to these days. Computers are amazing! I not only discovered that you had joined the Peace Corp (which didn't surprise me), and went to Thailand, but that you also had gotten married in Thailand less than a week ago. (Must have been telepathy that led me to look you up today). I really do want to wish you the best of everything. You look so happy in those pictures and your wedding looks like it exceeded any wedding you could have predicted for yourself in your mind. The whole affair looks like a total culmination of your life and the freedom in which you have always chosen to live. I want to wish you and Bob every happiness. No one can ever say that you haven't lived your life to the fullest. Again, congratulations and best of luck. I really am very happy for you. Marcy

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