My precocious 8 yr old Texas great nephew saying " you need to fix your hair." I questioned his thinking. He assured me my hair needed to be fixed because " I don't want you to make a fool of yourself!"
My 2 yr. old Kansas great nephew scampering delightedly in his bare feet swinging his light saber all about the reception sporting a mile wide grin.
Pinning the bout on the grooms jacket before the ceremony, and the quiet few minutes with him. He was nervous he said.
The look on the face of charming and delightful sister of the bride when Bride walked out with her daddy.
Seeing my 79 1/2 yrs mom-in-love participate in the Grand March. Then the total delight to see her doing the twist with one of her grand daughters. Most of all seeing Bride take off flying across the reception hall, hair and gown flying behind her to go see Gram dance. And then they danced the Cotton Eyed Joe together. My in-loves were great dancers. They were known to clear a dance floor back in the day. She has arthritis pretty bad, but with her eyes twinkling and German determination on her face she beamed while saying " I'm going to dance at my granddaughters wedding. I may not move for a week..but I am going to dance."
The celebrating we did before with our Framily.
gonna need to keep working on this list.