Saturday, January 16, 2010

Lacking Words.

After the ceremony, the family picture.

When I lack the words in English to adequately express the emotions that surround the events of my wedding and the merging of families, how will I ever hope to thank the people who have moved me with their kindness, their acceptance, their generosity, and their love in their native tongue?


  1. Congratulations on Your Wedding! 
    Wishing You love, harmony and good luck!

    Please write more about Korean wedding traditions. Seems interesting. Why you are standing on the side as bride and parents sit in front ?

  2. Thanks, and I will post a lot more on our wedding, which was NOT a traditional wedding at all. If you want to look at the typical Korean customs these days, look at my post from a year ago:

    Actually, Min Gi and I are standing in the "middle" with my family on the left and his on the right. However, since only my immediate family could make it to the ceremony in Korea, his family looks a lot bigger than mine. :)

  3. Congrats on your wedding! I wish you and Min Gi years and years of happiness!

  4. Wish we could've been there, Diana, really do. Love the photo. You guys look wonderful.

    I'm sure I'll see you soon. ;)

  5. Congrats on your marriage, may it be blessed:)

    I'm hoping we will get to see more pictures of your special day!


    So happy for you and your husband!

  7. Thanks everyone! I still haven't gotten to blog about the wedding and my feelings surrounding it. I'm still compiling photos from our two friend-photographers and the video from our friend-videographer (yes, we used Min Gi's people capitol to get stuff done for the wedding). I'm getting there, I swear.

  8. Wow, congrats! I can't wait to see all the pics when they are ready.

    And I hope you start feeling better. I have Crohn's, which is similar to UC (I'm sure you know), and am terrified something will happen while in Korea. You are lucky to have a husband around to help you feel better! :)

  9. Sorry to hear about your icky IBD, but don't worry about getting treatment in Korea. IBD is classified as a "rare disease" here and you can get your meds practically free. Find a good GI.



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