Sheryl and I exchanged our wedding vows January 1st on the downtown Square in Bowling Green. We wanted a very simple exchange of rings and vows with a small gathering of friends and family outdoors unrehearsed. January is a risky time for an outdoor wedding as weather at that time of year can be unpredictable. There was a light rain falling when we arrived, we were not going to let that interfere with what we had looked forward to for so long. When we walked together under an arch in the park, the rain ceased, the sun came out and smiled on us for the ceremony! With the ceremony over and the congratulations given, back came the gentle rain as the whole thing was as if on cue. We retired to Mariahs for a luncheon with our family and friends. No formal photography, though several people did some candids while The Daily news was there to record the first wedding of the new year and our new magistrate Dan Rudlof's very first offical act, our wedding!
Photos courtsey of Miranda Peterson, Daily News BG KY.