Our Wedding Day: August 30, 2003

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Marilyn Molloy-Rodriguez and Rob Rodriguez, from Tujunga, CA, wrote on February 25, 2004 at 3:38pm:

Best wishes for the happiest of futures!


Peter Steiert, from far away, wrote on August 28, 2003 at 3:23am:

Alles Gute fuer den gemeinsamen Lebensweg!

Gruesse auch an Mary, Larry und baby blue Brian.


Donna Hindle, from Southend-on-Sea, Essex, UK, wrote on August 16, 2003 at 9:24am:

I am soooo sorry that your wedding is slap bang in the middle of a Crown Court trial, this is the reason I can't be with you on your special day, however, when I move to the Grand Cayman Islands for 2yrs in Nov 2003 I'll be able to visit more often, and you me.
I wish you both, Cathy and Kirk, lots of fun on your wedding day and lots of happiness and laughter for your marriage.
The next invitation i want is to the christening...have a great day and I will be thinking of you both.
Lots of love
Donna, from England


Donna Rayfield, from Lancaster, CA, wrote on August 5, 2003 at 9:39am:

Cathy I am so happy for you! Kirk you are getting a WONDERFUL woman. Not that I have to tell you that! Remember to always respect one another. Have many babies and most importantly....if you have to fight, get naked first. That makes it much more fun. I know that you two will have a long and happy life together. Congratulations!


Brian Barre', from Rosamond, CA, wrote on July 16, 2003 at 0:04am:

the RSVP on-line is a great idea.


Judy and Warren Searls, from Sacramento, CA, wrote on July 15, 2003 at 2:20pm:

A. A spouse is not a home improvement project. In the marriage contract you agree to accept each other as you are.

B. When your spouse makes a mistake: learn their lesson, forget their mistake, and get on with your life.

C. When you make a mistake: learn your lesson, forget your mistake, and get on with your life.

D. Don't go to bed angry. Talk it out, no matter how long it takes. Then remember A, B, and C above.

E. Say "I love you" every day. It's part of the bonding process that needs to continue for the rest of your lives together.

F. Touch each other every time you pass by, however briefly. It's part of the bonding process that needs to continue for the rest of your lives together.

G. Say "Please" and "Thank You" and in other ways be courteous and polite to each other. It's part of the bonding process ....

H. When you do whatever it takes to make the marriage last then you will not be alone when the bad times come and when the good times come you will have someone to share them with.


Barbara Weber, from La Canada, CA, wrote on July 14, 2003 at 2:42pm:

Dear Cathy and Kirk,
I really had fun visiting your website. The pictures were fun, too, and brought back so many memories of those early days in La Canada. We look forward to the wedding - it will be a wonderful day, I'm sure.
Happy preparations!
Barbara


Aunt Teresa and Uncle John, from Rancho Tres Puentes, Atascadero, CA, wrote on July 13, 2003 at 12:37am:

Hi Guys,

Love the website (thanks to Larry!) and we are excited for you both! See you soon!


Brian, from Riga, Latvia, wrote on July 12, 2003 at 10:55am:

Wow, quite a website. Cathy, I'm so thrilled that you've found someone that makes you happy. And Kirk, thanks for averting her future as a spinster.

Oh, and did I mention that I'd be happy to sing your special song at the wedding? "She's a brick... HOUSE..."

Love,
Brian


Christina the Bridesmaid Coleman, from Los Angeles, CA, wrote on July 8, 2003 at 6:12pm:

sniff..sniff... little Cathy is a woman now... and getting MARRIED!! WOW! Cheesecake day seems like yesterday, not 15 years ago, and we're closer than ever. I am so happy for you and Kirk, happy that you've finally found your soulmate. Kirk, you better make her happy or you'll have me to contend with! I may be short, but I'm SPUNKY! I have no doubt you two will be blissful and ga-ga for many years to come, and I look forward to watching the bliss as a close friend not just to Cathy, but to both of you. All my love! Christina


 


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