Natal Day weekend and the Saraguay House hosted the most simple and elegant wedding (followed by the craziest of dances, of course) of Dave and Julia Robar. A wall covered in family memories, the personal-touches of loved ones in every little detail, a father proudly singing the first dance for his daughter and her new husband, happy nephews and nieces running around, thrilled guests with their choice drink in hand - what more could you ask for in a wedding?
May and June may have just been the most hectic, speedy and fantastic two months I have experienced so far. The craziness began with a (almost) two week trip to Kingston, Ontario to spend some time exploring the city that Matt had called home for the past 3 years. We ventured the stunning hike of Rock Dunder, created costumes for his GASH parade, searched out every sushi joint, walked the RMC campus countless times, dined at a new spot every evening, and cheered (internally, and externally) when Matt received both his Undergrad Diploma and his Commissioning Scroll (YAY!).
RMC may have meant years of distance (and a wee bit of frustration), but it has also created the present, brought amazing people into our lives, and created memories and traditions that will live on.
There are countless things I love about my job, but having a friend fly through my door at supper time cause he's jazzed about the fact that he needs head shots done and wants me to do them is pretty high on the list.
Take a gander at some of the more casual photos that were captured of this crazy guy.
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