Although Qian and I won't be legally tying the knot for a about a month, tomorrow is a big day for us. We're going to have an unofficial traditional Chinese ceremony/party for our friends and Qian's family in Xi'an. I don't want to get into all of the details right now, because there are a lot, but it's going to be a really nice day.
One of the things couples who are about to be married do in China these days is go to a photo studio to take wedding photos. I wrote about this some in April when we took the photos. (I'm really glad we did it then when life wasn't so hectic.)
We picked up the photos a couple months ago. They're just awesome. We're so pleased with how they turned out. We have a couple of professional-looking books of photos and had several shots made into larger photos to be hung on walls. In total, we have about 30 photos printed. On a CD, we have more than 120 photos in all.
I'm going to be very busy for at least the next few days. Probably won't be posting too much. I'll surely be back before too long though!
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