That is what I would be saying to my parents today, if they were still on this Earth. Today would be their 47th wedding anniversary. I posted about their wedding previously on this blog, at Happy 45th Anniversary. My sisters and I still have their wedding photo album and some of the table favors, which are pictured below. We are very fortunate that our parents saved everything their entire lives!
Richard Livingston and Caroline Elbert were married on September 19, 1964 at Holy Cross Lutheran Church in Lake Ronkonkoma, New York. It was a traditional wedding ceremony. The bride wore a beautiful white lace wedding gown with a huge hoop skirt underneath. Three attendants dressed in teal gowns preceded the bride down the aisle. The handsome groom and his three attendants stood waiting at the altar in their tuxedos. The
Wordless WednesdayCousins on Easter – circa 1968
Today is my Mom’s birthday. She would be 69 years of age if she was still with us. She was born Caroline Elbert, on 21 August 1940 in New York City, and died on 11 January 2007 in Dyer, Indiana. She married my dad, Richard Livingston (1939-2005), on 19 September 1964. She was with us for too short a time. Happy birthday, Mom; we miss you! Caroline Elbert in 1962