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Some of Our Silly Engagement Photos

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Last October, we had only gotten a few hours of sleep because we had been babysitting for a friend, so we were maybe a little sillier than usual when we took our sunrise and beyond engagement photos. I’m glad Ryn Manby, our brilliant photographer gave us some of the silly proofs as well!

Mary: "I LOVE being with you!" Stephen: "I know..."

Mary: “I LOVE being with you!” Stephen: “I know…”

 

Mary (13)

Stephen: “What IS that smell?” Mary (keep smiling) “What smell?”

 

Nose to nose is the best.

Nose to nose is best.

Mary: "Stephen, your pull is SO strong!" Stephen: "Uhh...actually it's a train."

Mary: “Stephen, your pull is SO strong!” Stephen: “Uhh…actually it’s a train.”

Mary (15)

Stephen: “I didn’t realize you loved hearts so much!” Mary: “Yeah.”

Mary (5)

Mary: "I love it when you kiss my nose!"

Mary (7)

Mary: "This is so COOL!" Stephen: "Haven't you seen leaves before?"

Mary: “This is so COOL!” Stephen: “Haven’t you seen leaves before?”

 

Mary (3)

Stephen: “Ohhhhhh…..”

 

Mary (12)

“Let’s warm up our cold noses together.”

 

Mary (16)

Life is better with you.

Photos by Ryn Manby. See more of her work at: Ryn Manby Photography

Captions by me, Mary Hope.

Have a great day!

~Mary Hope

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Author: maryhopecampbell

Hello Friends, A curious, kind, practical, and energetic writer and teacher is one way to describe me. I enjoy thinking about transitions--in schools, churches, families, relationships, and even countries. I'm passionate about learning, and I love working with students. Stop by often to see which kind of transition I'm thinking about, and I would appreciate hearing your thoughts. Peace! ~Mary Hope

7 thoughts on “Some of Our Silly Engagement Photos

  1. They are absolutely lovely and so romantic 😍

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  2. Pingback: Two and a Half Years after My Article: “My Younger Sister is Getting Married, and I’m Still Single” | Trees of Transition

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