Wednesday, December 31, 2008
Tuesday, December 30, 2008
For those who are interested in the progress on the new building at LBN - here is a recent photo.
Glenn and Gary played 5 hours of Monopoly. I gave up after 1 hour, but the guys had lots of fun laughs as they played, traded and bargained. Remember those days?
Gary - chillaxing! We are enjoying our few weeks with Gary back home in Guatemala. He has enjoyed walking down the street and hanging out with his college friends who have returned back home too.
Monday, December 29, 2008
CAG Alumni basketball game.
Mark Agrellas - CAG Principal, Rachel Fry, Jenna Crouch, Christy Brown & Gary
Sunday, December 28, 2008
3 Generations of Orths
Saturday, December 27, 2008
Guatemala City at Christmas time. This is Plaza Espana, near zone 10.
Friday, December 26, 2008
Aunt Sarah quickly put the ribbon on the cake and also the wedding topper - bow. Beautiful!
Cutting the cake
Groom's cake = of course, Indianapolis Colts
Our friends, Carol and Phil Shank drove down from Ft Wayne to attend the wedding. Carol and I met on the HAM radio about 20 years ago. She is a faithful prayer warrior and friend. Thank you, Carol and Phil.
A Stewart tradition - when we attend a wedding, we take the Wedding napkin over to the bride to get her "official" signature to sign her name for the first time as Mrs.
Father Daughter Dance
Glenn, Russ (Thomas' dad) and Thomas at the Reception
Saying Goodbye -Bubbles being blown.
Thursday, December 25, 2008
So, what does Gary do before the wedding? Read!
Ellen's bags were packed for the Honeymoon. I'm glad she remembered her pillow!
I love this shot! All the photographers taking pictures before the wedding!
Merry Christmas! We slept through all the fireworks here in Panajachel last night. We'll head back to Guatemala City later this morning. Merry Christmas to all.
Wednesday, December 24, 2008
Tuesday, December 23, 2008
Grand mommy and Grand Daddy with Ellen
The Rosenberger Family
Bride and Groom with the Bridesmaids
More photos to follow in the next several days.
30 years ago today, I met Glenn for the first time at John and Elaine Beekman's house!
Monday, December 22, 2008
Father - Daughter