She (in red) comes from a Dancing Family. Her Dad (my adopted one), her brother (my best friend), and her brand new, after 17 years together, husband (lower right), all jumping at any chance to dance!
On her wedding day, her Mom, bed-ridden with a devastating illness she’d fought off for years, was too ill to attend, so they brought the dancing home for her mother to enjoy!
Her parents had “danced” for as long as they could. They were a stunning Air Force royalty couple in their youth, and deeply in love for more than 60 years. Before her Mom had to live in bed, her father would help her rise from chairs. Arms around her, he would scoop her up to a standing position, and then, for a few beautiful moments, there would be this dance, the two of them rocking back and forth in time to music only they would hear, arms tight around each other, until she was grounded and had her footing.
The most beautiful dance I’ve ever seen……….
8 thoughts on “Wedding Dance for WPC”
At the time of the dance, it brings happiness, joy, love and compassion
So true. Thanks for visiting.
What do the initials WPC stand for?
Thank you. Jill
WordPress, who sponsors my blog issues a challenge every Friday morning for photography. WPC stands for Weekly Photo Challenge. There are some amazing entries. I could just sit and look at those (and read about each photo) for hours!
This should take you there…
Mom, it was so nice to open this and see Tad’s smiling face. I never met Laurie. Also fun to see dad again : ) Tad and Lucille were a rare couple. A
Thanks Sweet Pea. I love comments from you.
Heartwarming story behind the pictures 😊
Thank you so much. I miss them. And was sad to discover I had lost the actual photograph of them doing their balancing “dance”.