Friday, August 08, 2014

POLISH POTTERY AND 50TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY

 
 Last month my sister, Ann and my bother in law Edmund Jiskra celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary.  We wouldn't have missed it for the world. They were surrounded my load of family and friends. 

 
 My niece Susan Barclay, nephew Wayne and his wife Serena did all the work.  Making out stand food and decorated the yard. We couldn't have asked for a more perfect day.  Nice and warm, light breeze and no humidity.  Didn't Susan do a great job at getting the photos together and framing them in a black and gold frame?

 
 Marvin Jiskra (Edmund's younger brother) and I stood up for the happy couple.  Here we are 50 years older.  I was thinking it doesn't really matter what we look like just that we all could be together to celebrate.


A photo of me, hubby Bill, Ann and Ed.  I would have more photos to post later when my dear sister sends my camera to me.  I left it at the lakes in Minnesota.  More about that later.


Annie send me home with three of her many pieces of Polish Pottery.  She has quite a collection and I only took what I was sure would make it safely back home.  We all know how the airlines handle your luggage.  I don't want to get into to that now.  We made it home and were so happy that our luggage did to.

3 comments:

Delighted Hands said...

How exciting to share the day! Perfect.

weaverpat said...

What a happy occasion!
Thanks for sharing the pictures.
Love the pottery!

Sandra Knapp said...

Congratulations to your Sister and BIL. An amazing achievement in today's world.

The pottery is very lovely. I'm sure it has a happy home with you too. :)