Thursday, March 15, 2012

The Wedding


The Happy Couple!

     Well, the wedding is over. The memories will last a lifetime. The groom was handsome, the bride was beautiful and all was right with the world. But if you think it was all about them, well, think again.

    As the mother of the groom, I played a most important role in the festivities. I think that I surprised both my “boys” with the cleaned up version of Mom, complete with professionally applied make-up and a coordinated outfit. And panty hose.

       Here is how I looked in case you are wondering. I'm the one on the right. The other one is my handsome hubby, George, who also cleans up pretty nice.

   Jeff and Cory were wondering. “When did Mom get cleavage?” This is what I get for shopping for a push-up bra and putting on that excess weight so that it would migrate to my boobs. No respect.

Pantyhose From Hell
    And let me tell you about the panty hose. I have not worn them for probably about 10 years at least. I bought control top ones for…well, you know why. They looked like the width of a yardstick when I took them out of the package. George and I had to team up to hitch them up to my waist, they were so tight. He reminded me to take care to pull them all the way up after going to the bathroom. I didn’t.

   So during the mother and son dance to Rascal Flatt’s song, My Wish, my panty hose started to roll down off my rear. As Jeff is telling me how nice I look, I am afraid that the darn things will roll all the way down and fall in  a pool around my ankles by the end of the song. But we made it. They rolled themselves down to the tops of my legs and clung precariously there till I could get to the bathroom.
  But pantyhose and cleavage issues paled in comparison to the looks on the newlywed faces. Priceless.

Oh Rhett, you take mah breath away!


Ashlee said...

Thanks for using my photos! I'm glad you liked them enough to use them.

Anonymous said...

There's just one thing wrong with control top pantyhose (okay, probably more than one) and that is, they squeeze everything they are supposed to be controling up up up.
Lovely looked smashing.

Jeanne said...

Ashlee, I have to get used to giving you credit on your photos since they turn out so well, I will be using them a lot. I am very proud of my daughter-in-law and her new business, "Endless Canvas."

MC Howe said...

Lovely couple. Lovely event. And now I'm left with a lovely image of Jeanne reaching around to hold those hose up until the music stops.

Better still than thinking about my mother's cleavage.


Elizabeth Twist said...

Congratulations! You all look so happy.

Bodaciousboomer said...

Well you made it through it and looked fabulous to boot. Congratulations kiddo.