March 26, 2006

A man so nice... I married him twice!

10 years ago today Gerry and I secretly hopped on a plane to Vegas and eloped.
5 years later during The Las Vegas Scooter Rally we hopped on our scooters and did the deed again at a drive-thru wedding chapel. What have I learned after 10 years of marriage?
That dreams really do come true.

17 comments:

Michelle said...

awww, super cute! here's to many more years of wedded bliss!

wolffie said...

HAPPY ANNIVERSARY YOU TWO! MANY MORE!

Holly said...

you two are adorable! :-D

Kelly said...

Sarah...you and Gerry are too adorable.Happy Anniversary!
Kelly

Ninja Toes said...

ain't love grand?

jen said...

Happy happy anniversary! Both those photos are awesomely cute!

Dahlia said...

What a nice and sweet story!

Dahlia said...

What a nice and sweet story!

Carrie™ said...

Awwww! What a great post. Nothing starts the week like a good love story. Jim & I eloped and I wouldn't do it any other way. We actually considered Vegas and went for a holiday there and everyone was convinced we'd come back married. Not that time, but we're still thinking about it. Congratulations to you both and wishes for many, many more years of happiness! XO

achangeinscenery said...

You two are amazing. Happy anniversary!

Kramers said...

Happy Anniversary Auntie and Unkle.
We hope you kiss lots today but not too much.
Love you miss you.
Heidi and Eli

Yardsale said...

Happy (day after your) Anniversary!

Emily said...

aaww! so cute! And I am super jealous. I dream of renewing our vows with Elvis.

Anonymous said...

Happy anniversary!
-Char

Anonymous said...

congratulations to both of you.... 10 years is nothing to sneeze at!
-spacedog

J. Hickey said...

That is one of the nicest things I've heard.

I would marry my wife again every day for the rest of my life, so I know how you feel.

Melissa said...

That is so cute! I love your wedding pictures. The pictures from all of your weddings. It is a great idea too! Scott and I got married in vegas too! Next time you get married you should try the little chapel of the west. Our ceremony was only 4 min. long! But make sure you have transportation for after the ceremony, we were left strandid when we forgot to tell our cab to wait! OOPS!