Wednesday, October 08, 2008

What do you get when... McCurry dates a Shuler for a couple of years? Two McShulers, of course.
Now what do you get when one McCurry marries one Shuler? Two Shulers!

Greetings from the land of Mr. & Mrs. where the wedding is over and the "happily ever after" has begun! October 4th was an absolutely gorgeous day. We couldn't have been blessed with a more perfect day -- perfect for the three-minute ceremony indoors and for the 7-hour bonfire reception outdoors!

Our thanks to the 75+ family members and close friends who came out to celebrate with us. A very big and very special thanks to those of you who gave time, talent, and treasure to create a magnificent wedding for us:

With all our hearts, we appreciate and thank my parents, ConservaDude's Dad, Jessica, Bryan, Sean, Michael, and Mike for the time, talent, and treasure they put into providing the scrumptious spread of food, the culinary details that provoked oohs and ahhs at the tables, and the hard work of cleaning up the Shuler homestead the next day. We hope everyone is as lucky as we are to have such thoughtful and loving people in their lives!

Thanks to D and Joe for the fantastic pictures they took for us. You both have amazing talent -- wielding the camera in brushlike fashion, painting the personality of the people in the pictures. All 600 or so pictures are wonderful and will be treasured forever. We are grateful for the gift of your time and talents on our wedding day!

Thanks to the Honorable Matthew K. Eckert for doing the honors. If all judges had his patience and humor, the legal world would be a much more human realm. ConservaChick is glad to have met him and completely understands ConservaDude's valued friendship with him.

For those of you who read this blog from afar and may not be as familiar with ConservaChick and ConservaDude, here are two pictures that brilliantly sum up the event:

I guess I have no excuses for slacking off so much now that I'm married. After all, life is supposed to get dull now, right? hehehe AS IF!

Stay tuned...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Congrats Chick. As the great marriage counselor Phyllis Diller once said, never go to bed mad, stay up and fight. SCOOBY