John David dancing with his Mom at the dance party we had after the Rehearsal Dinner.
Pace trying to keep us all in line before we walk down the aisle :)The reception was by the pond at my Aunt Alice and Uncle Dan's house. WE could not have asked for more perfect weather, THANK YOU JESUS! It was a 70 degree brilliant fall morning.Dapple Dapple!This is John David's sister Lanie and her little girl Addie. Don't you just want to eat both of them up.
And they were off! In a horse-drawn carriage, courtesy of Dr. Maddox.
Taylor and John David's Song
[Girl singing]From the the mouth of my own Mom,/"Girl behold your king he comes."/Long before I could see/What that summer would bring to me./Where was my faith Abraham,/When all I could see was my empty hand?
Where does a king come from?/Is it strength, is it love that gives life to his bones?/Does he come from the heaven's sky or from fairy tales,/Or somewhere in time?
[Girl Chorus] My faith could only fly so high/When all alone out in the sky,/Now that he's finally come to me/There's no such thing as gravity/Mom, can you see, He brought my king?
[Boy singing] Where did the wind come from,/That drew me up so far from my home?/I recall an angel's song,/That told my heart where I belong./Before she sang I did not understand,/What moves the heart of a man.
Where does an angel come from?/ Is it music, is it love that gives life to her bones?/Does she come from the heaven's sky/Or from stories and legends, or somewhere in time?
[Boy Chorus] A heart can only fly so high/When all alone out in the sky./When that heart hears an angel sing/There's no such thing as gravity/And that's the way it's been since you sang to me.
Then, there's a bridge where the guy and girl sing back and forth some of the lines from above. Then it ends, with a combined chorus:
A heart can only fly so high/When all alone out in the sky./When that heart finally finds its wings,/There's no such thing as gravity,/And that's the way it is with you and me.
[Girl]From the mouth of my own Mom,/"Girl behold your king he comes/[Boy]I recall an angel's song/That told my heart where I belong.