Lady Lynx Softball

Lady Lynx Softball
Kanab, Utah

Thursday, August 28, 2008

Today is our 21st Wedding Anniversary!

Today marks our 21st wedding anniversary! To set the mood, click on our playlist-"Always" by Atlantic Star and it'll take you right back to 1987 when we called this "our song". 21 years may not seem like long to some folks, but when you're married to a Schimbeck, well. . .it's kinda like dog years. All kidding aside, I married a great guy who takes care of me and our three girls better than I ever imagined or hoped for. He keeps me grounded, crazy, and grinning. My favorite word to describe him is one his Grandma Ruthie used one day when we were visiting. What she said was, "Evan you are EXASPERATING!" He truly can be, but I love all of him. . .the good, bad, and the ugly! (And he tolerates me!) God really does give us what we need.


The Announcement Picture (Evan's bros still tease him about the pastels)

Married in St. George Temple--August 28, 1987Our favorite tree that we'd sit by when dating and discuss serious topics such as courtship, marriage and "Dear John" letters. It was cut down when they built the new visitors' center. It was such a hot day to be outside taking photographs. We had our luncheon and reception at the Old Cotton Mill (now Star Nursery).

This one is hilarious! Going from L to R: Gage, Kirby, Roy Allen (best man), and Aaron. Stacey was in Brazil on his mission. This was taken back in the day when the boys were "too good lookin' to get fat!"
The bridesmaids and flower girl. Incase you don't recognize them they are from L to R: Dana, Mindy, Sue, and Jana (niece). Center is Evan, the handsome man in white.



Here's another one I adore. I'm looking sweet and innocent (which I was) as he is whispering naughty things in my ear while I'm trying to look pretty for the photographer. Any guesses what he was saying?!?

In front of our lovely back drop of white lattice, with peach silk accents and mint green. I had fresh flowers, white gardenias, peach roses, and lots of baby breath. The flowers smelled so good. Soooo 80's!!




This picture says a lot about us. Evan always the ham and me trying to get control of him, but not having much success. Some things never change! Good times. After getting Whit set for college this past weekend, we'll be lucky to go out for a burger and fries and not have the check bounce, but it's all good.

3 comments:

Shoecrazy said...

Now that's a blast from the past!! How does time go by so fast without us knowing it? Cute pictures. I love the one of the college girl Whit!

Schimmy said...

I love your pictures! Way fun to see them.

We missed you guys at Powell. I need to call Whitney about buying piano books. Anyways, glad you could meet my cousin and her family.

Brenda said...

Oh, so young! Congratulations...you made it another year. Love you guys!