(I was taking a look through random images to see what I wanted to put here tonight and this one jumped out as the one. Imagine my surprise when I saw it was taken exactly four years ago today.)
I was so happy to have caught this moment in time. I took it through a second-floor window after having come inside with the rest of the bridal party (except for the bride and groom). It was distractingly windy and all the time that the bridesmaids had spent on our coifs....poof, gone. Then the humidity finished us off. By the time we all walked down the aisle (inside) we looked remarkably natural for a fancy NYC wedding at a swank facility right on the East River. In between the weather and the ceremony, Brenna asked me if I’d be the person from her side to sign the ketubah. Which I did, at a round small table with a special pen the rabbi gave me. I was, and am, deeply honored.