blue*sky lifetime


The second I walked into the house of girls getting ready- I could tell this day was going to be different. There was no panicked rush or list of worries. It was going to be the best kind of day: one of family, and friends, and celebrating. And this was confirmed when I met up with the groom, who seemed to be chill about everything (including the delay in seeing his soon to be wife for the first time). 
But when Mark turned and saw Allison, life pushed pause and seconds ceased to exist. They were in a world of their own - with no fear of the future, just an excitement for the years to come. 

It was a blue sky moment- the wonder, the clarity, and the possibilities of a blue*sky lifetime ahead. 




To Mark & Allison- may there be many more blue*sky moments to come.

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