Two Hearts, One Love

Two Hearts, One Love - Couples

“My husband was in a pissy mood on our wedding day and this didn’t help. You can see how into the idea of holding a sign that says “2 hearts 1 love” he was. Made me think that’s how little he loves me! None of my pictures turned out, cause he was Mr.Pissy that day.”

(submitted by Kate)

In Couples • October 5th, 2016 • 6 Comments »

Ladies’ Man

Ladies’ Man - Couples

“The pic is from my wedding day and the photographer was doing solo shots of my wife in her wedding dress, I was hanging out with the bridesmaids watching and told them thanks for coming out and gave them both a hug. As soon as I did that the photographer snapped a picture of the four of us. My wife had a WTF look on her face that was priceless.”

(submitted by James)

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The Porcelain Pillow

The Porcelain Pillow - Kids

“I turned 21 today and Mom sent me this.”

(via source)

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Move Closer!

Move Closer! - Uncles, Aunts, & Cousins

“The adults went mad trying to get a picture of all us grandkids. I couldn’t resist snapping a photo for myself.”

(via source)

In Uncles, Aunts, & Cousins • October 5th, 2016 • Add A Comment »

Happily Ever After, Recreated

Happily Ever After, Recreated - Mom & Dad

“The before and after pics here were taken 16 years apart. We have grown into a glorious family!”

(submitted by Kitty)

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Minty Fresh

Minty Fresh - Photos

“My brother walked me down the aisle and thought I needed a mint. My (soon-to-be) husband couldn’t figure out why my tongue was blue during the ceremony.”

(submitted by Dianne)

In Wedding • October 4th, 2016 • Add A Comment »

Over The Canyon

Over The Canyon - Mom

“Family vacation around 1974. We drove all the way to California with my father taking dozens of rolls of film. By the time we did a swing by the Grand Canyon, we were all tired. We got out of the car and this is the sole photo my father snapped of us. We spent about 3 minutes there. Long enough for my mom to finish that banana. It’s glorious. We call this ‘The Banana That Lives In Infamy.’”

(submitted by Libby)

In Mom • October 4th, 2016 • 1 Comment »
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