Mariage Aurélie+Thierry

La mariée dans sa cuisine qui prépare du liniment

Une journée sans déchet annoncée

'“Non je n’ai pas de sacs plastiques”

“Tu ne trouveras pas d’essuie-tout dans cette maison”

Deux petites beautés qui devraient faire la sieste à cette heure-ci

Leurs tenues hommage à leurs racines qui attendent

Un petit coup de balais

Une pause fraîcheur en plein maquillage


La Fée Clochette sur l’épaule droite

Une virée chez Lidl en robe de mariée pour acheter un Croque-Monsieur (à gratiner)

Du Doliprane contre les douleurs dentaires

Un invité sur roulettes inattendu

La mariée qui se planque derrière les haies

Des parents émus avec ou sans mots

Un allaitement proche du confessionnal

Un double baptême pour l’occasion

10 rouleaux de TOILETTENPAPER de chez DM (c’est quand même moins cher en Allemagne)

Une croisière ensoleillée

Une commande de selfie avec le photographe

Un débarquement en heure bleue

Bienvenue au mariage d’Aurélie+Thierry !

Recette du liniment : La Maison des Maternelles
Croque-Monsieur :
Papier toilette :
DM Kehl
Réception/croisière :
Bateaux de l’Ill

Mariage Anne+Arnaud

Mariage d’Anne et Arnaud.
Cérémonie civile à la Mairie de Strasbourg place Broglie.
Cérémonie religieuse à la cathédrale de Strasbourg.
Cocktail dînatoire et soirée à la Villa Quai Sturm de Strasbourg.

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Alexie+Aaron Elopement

27 décembre 2018


Je frappe à la porte de la chambre 210

On ne s’était vu que par Skype

Les 7.248.600 mètres de distance n’en font maintenant plus qu’un

Alexie+Aaron sont américains

Ils vivent en Iowa

Voici le récit de leur “elopement”

De leur fugue amoureuse

De ce jour où

Après avoir traversé un océan

Ils se lièrent l’un à l’autre

December 27, 2018


I knock on the door of room 210

We had only seen each other by Skype

The 7.248.600 meters that separated us are now just one

Alexie + Aaron are Americans

They live in Iowa

Here is the story of their "elopement"

From their love runaway

From this day when

After crossing an ocean

They bonded to each other


“I love you so much! The last six years have been the best. Not always the easiest (see cleaning Moriarty poop), but I would not trade one second. I LOVE the family we have created and the life we lead.

For a long time, I wasn’t sure I’d ever get to this day. I don’t get a lot of social things and figured I never would. But then, on November 8th, 2012 (9th at 1 a.m. – I checked), I got back in touch, and every day since has been the best. The times we’ve had, dreams we make and everything in between are what excite me most.
There are a million things I could go over about you and why I love you. I’ll give you them along the way when you give me kisses (998,729 left). So, let’s go with five right now.
1. You are so strong and independent.
2. You have such a big heart.
3. You make me a better person.
4. You are so funny, and your smile is infections.
5. You are the most beautiful woman in the world.
So… when I started writing this, I looked through our messages, Facebook, pictures and texts. There are years of things I want to include in this but… time and page count… We have been through so much, things I’ve forgotten, but still mean so much to me. Seriously, Las Vegas, weekend trips, going out in South Sioux, nightly calls, graduation parties, making cookies, fireworks, EDC… Fuck I Love You SO Much!

Anyway, the most important thing has been that it has been with you. I will always choose you. You love me unconditionally, you support my dreams, you laugh at my stupid jokes (sometimes :P) and make me so happy. You are the reason for getting up, for being a good person, you are my everything.

You are the love of a lifetime and I am so grateful you chose to spend that lifetime with me.
When I wanted to propose, I tried to think of the perfect way and things to say. In the end, I just needed you to know how much I love you and I don’t want to spend another moment not being married.
So now that time has finally come. I am so happy I will not have to wait another moment not being married to you. I cannot wait to continue this adventure together.”

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“Thank you ❤

Thank you for teaching me what love re ally means. I vow to show you how much I love you each and every day. But see, you get me. You know it’s hard for me to show love. Hard for me to act loving. Yet, I’m in love with you. Somehow, you’ve always known.

Maybe you can tell from the way that I breathe. Before you, I’m not really sure I knew how, it just came natural. Since ninth grade, it’s a conscious effort. I have to remember. When you think I’m not listening, perhaps it’s because you’ve stolen all thoughts.

When I look at you I forget who I am. You’ve taken my breath and my name, I vow to always look at you the same. I vow to always strive to be a better person. You make me want to be one. The way you believe in me, telling me just how proud you are at least once a week.

When really it’s you. You push me. The drive that gets me switching gear shifts, hoping I don’t crash. Because you deserve a smooth ride in this relationship. As a child, every 11:11, I’d make the same wish. I’d wish to find a soulmate in hopes to know what it’s like to fall in love.

Then you came along. And every time our lips touch I taste the next sixty years of my life.”