The letters of our thoughts are the ideas present in our mind before they come to realization . . . Thoughts that are, yet not felt . . . The words of the subconscious . . . of the soul . . .

These are the LETTERS OF MY THOUGHTS.

Monday, August 10, 2009

Our Wedding in Thoughts



After a long and, as I can only assume, highly anticipated await . . . I give you:
The photos from my wedding.
For those of you who made it, I thank you. For those who could not - you were with me in my heart . . . please consider it now that you've seen the wedding, as if you were actually there.
Please click on the link to enjoy them.


Walking with my father, Der Tayere Tatte


Photos of the Choson:






Nice, no?




Walking to the choson's tish with the shver and DTT



Rabbi Labkowski, Rosh Yeshiva of 770 explaining to R' Levke Kaplan where to fill out the
shtar tannaim.







CYFried signs as an Eid on the Ksuvah
(did you do teshuvah?)


The Amazing Yankel signs as well


Al Cheit by Mincha


Putting on the Rebbe's kapota



Walking to the Chupa









The bride circle the groom seven times (and gets really dizzy while she's at it)









Behold thou art betrothed unto me with this ring by the laws of Moses and Israel




Couple shots





Time to dance:

On a chair


Dancing with cousin Jonathan




Dancing with the one and only Abes


(To Everything There is a Season) Turn, Turn, Turn


Dancing bochurim


Say L'chaim


Mottel style


Light in motion


Dancing with a dear blogger friend of ours


A very poor shot of the Warszawa Chevra doing the Polish wedding dance



With the
Flying Dutch Jew


Cousin Jeremy Lightstone speaking


DTT speaking, gotta love him


Yuda Piamenta!





Shwa - the man that became a Rabbi with me


Mitzvah Tantz v'da"l









All the boys. Name the blogger in this shot





Sheva Brochos:







Shmueli of Warsaw fame


With Dear Dan


Dancing for the Bubby



Saying goodnight to the boys!


What a wedding it was . . . May there be many more simchas for us all!


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18 comments:

Tamara said...

LOVELY ! Wish there was one closer up one of the two of you together :)

The Real Shliach said...

Nice.

yitz.. said...

Looked beautiful! mazal tov!!

shavuatov said...

Those photos tell a wonderful story - it looked like the most wonderful day! Thank you for sharing them with us all.

rachel

shira said...

Beautiful! Thanks for sharing with us.

Wishing y'all many simchas to come!!

Chana said...

Thanks, Shira.

Anonymous said...

Tzig actually likes this nut....

Mottel said...

-Anon: I was always told when growing up: "If you don't have something nice to say, don't say it at all. And if you don't have the balls to write something pernicious and rude in your own name - go to Hell."
I think Girsa d'yonkesa remains true to this day - I hope you burn for a very long time.

Anonymous said...

So sweet and kind. I guess you gave up on giving me your latest copy of Tzvos... magazine.

A lot of russian influences, the whole mitzvah tank thing, the kids chanting and singing all seven names, like in the times of the Czar, a lot of military jargon that kids use like the commies. keep your Liketey Maharan's to yourself.

yuk

Mottel said...

-Anon: There's a time and place for everything . . . When I write about the eckel'dike actions and hashkafos of the 'Misnagdishe' olam, you can come under your name 'Snag JR' and write your hate. But when I'm writing about my chasuna . . . You need help.

Anonymous said...

Don't know what you are talkin about.... you have a lot of hate in your heart. Especially the earlier post about burning... How can someone who is mizerah yisroel speak like that... I know, I make hanuches and ask questions...

Anonymous said...

One question: the guy taking the photo of the oyved davening minchah, was he the same photographer for the whole wedding, or you got someone special just for the minchah picture?

e said...

in one of the pictures, you ask us to spot the blogger. I saw three bloggers in the picture. You'd be surprised how many bochurim have blogs...

chanie said...

Mazal tov! Stunning pictures.

Altie said...

beautiful. where was the wedding?

e- maybe if they came out of the woodwork and stopped hiding in the shaddows we'd all know abt them, wouldnt we?

e said...

From your lips to the hidden blogger's ears...

Jack said...

Mazal Tov!

joshua said...

The pictures are lovely! I thank you for sharing them.
Keep blogging!

This is Joshua from Israeli Uncensored News