Sunday, October 24, 2010

It's Fall

I feel like it has been forever, but I haven't really had anything to blog about...until now! The other day, I picked Josh up from class and we drove up the canyon to Squaw Peak (yes, where our first kiss was). The leaves were so beautiful and fall is so nice right now. We were surprised to see how many people were at the lookout. Everyone had the same idea. I got a lot more pictures but I'll only put a few up.

Last night, we went with Tahnee and Tyler to the reception of Christina Pasqua (now Lloyd). The Pasqua's were our closest friends when we lived in Brentwood, and have stayed in touch with them all these years. It was a beautiful reception, the colors were black and red, there were feathers everywhere, the theme was very well coordinated, the bride and groom looked great, and the food was wonderful. Unfortunately, we didn't get a picture with the bride and groom. As all of you know, on your wedding day it is so hectic. That is the one thing I regret from my own day, is not getting enough pictures with people that came. Your thought process is all over the place, you want to make sure you say hello to everyone that comes (which I wasn't able to do either), the photographer doesn't know who she should be taking pictures of, ugh it's just a huge ordeal. So anyway, here is a recap of last night. (And they had a photobooth...we had a little too much fun with that!)


  1. alright I don't know why but that is the creepiest picture of josh I have ever seen... scary

  2. Fun!! I love your photo booth pictures.

  3. Hey Tiersha! I found your blog while blog-hopping and was so excited to see your beautiful wedding photo (you look gorgeous girl!) and read about you and your family. It's crazy that your brother is old enough to be serving a mission--I remember him running around your yard when we used to play handball for hours on end. Good times ;) And congrats on finding the shirt at GAP you wanted. How fun to find a clothing item on sale that you've been drooling over for months(and after searching the entire store amidst the madness!). I enjoyed the pictures from Squaw Peak too--I miss those mountains!