Wedding Bells are ringing, just like I told you they would.

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June 30, 2014

Wedding bells are ringing.    Friday, July 4th.  That’s the winning date.  What is it about weddings that makes a body so mushy?  Seeing a bride all gussied up in white standing on an old pier with a pine tree forest behind her, her long black hair a riot of curls, her blue eyes sparkling, her face so beautiful that more than one man has swallowed his tongue looking at it, and  beaming at the camera, well it just melts the heart.  Word on the street is that all the bride’s pictures were taken at the farm by Picture it Perfect.  Xena, Miller’s very own warrior princess, did an amazing job, as always.  She will also be shooting the wedding photos.  The farm was the perfect setting for the former snowbird and her bridal party.  Farmboy did good, don’t you think Millerites?

Having said that, this intrepid blogger couldn’t help but notice that some feathers were ruffled with the wedding party arrived.  That little redhead from N Y sure created a stir in our little town.  Think that there is a story there?  Most definitely.  This blogger will keep ears to the ground and see just what the dope is. She has a round trip ticket, but don’t be surprised if she buys a return ticket in the near future.  Seems she was quite taken with the quaint charm of the Double D Motel.
Meanwhile, be prepared to get to the C of C early if you are attending the wedding.  It is sure to be crowded.  The sanctuary seats one hundred fifty people comfortably. The reception will be held at the Double D Roadhouse, and Chef M created a masterpiece of a wedding cake. Love me some wedding cake.

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