The Sach

My sister Sara got engaged a few weeks ago. She’s getting married to this great guy named Zach. (Henceforth, they will be know as The Sach.)


This last year, The Sach decided to move from San Diego to upstate New York. As my sister is now a resident of New York, engaged to a native New Yorker, her wedding is going to be in New York.

In February.

I don’t know if you heard, but just last week The White Witch took up residence in New York. She announced her arrival to the area with a severe ice storm. President Bush actually declared a state of emergency.

It’s FLIPPIN’ freezing.

Here are some pictures sent from The Sach …



I’m a summer girl. I love me some tank tops and flip flops and the beach. And I hate being cold.

I’m going to start praying right this second for an early summer.

(In case you missed it above, my brother designed them a really cool wedding web site.)

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  1. Yeah–I saw a bunch of photos my uncle took in NH. They had to leave their place for 7 days because they lost electricity. Quite the ice storm! Very beautiful, but destructive at the same time.

  2. Sister, your son’s blog has a permanent prime location on my links list. Just look a few inches to the right.As freakin adorable as Micah is, this post is about The Sach. šŸ™‚

  3. I’ll tell you what’s unfortunate … when you have a name that does not conveniently combine with your spouse’s to form a new one.The Chrileen? The Valris? I don’t know. The Dellie and The Sach don’t know how good they have it.[[One should consider these things before choosing who to wed.]]

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