28 Mar

The twelve of us in attendance (including Glen and Lauren) took a vote on where they should be married, eventually selecting a rock in the middle of the creek near their unfinished cabin.  Despite the fact that it had snowed five inches the night before in the middle of the Blue Ridge, the “bride” wore a white sundress with hiking books as she lightheartedly hopped (literally) to the center of the creek.  They’ve been partners for fifteen years, and we felt so honored to be present during this “public” celebration of a love and commitment that we not only recognized, but cherished and admired for years prior.

Sadly, one camera fell victim to the rapids…but Chad’s spirits did not appear dampened:

Congratulations, Glen & Lauren.  We could not be more happy!


2 Responses to “glauren”


  1. travelling without « anna in med school - August 18, 2011

    […] excursion to Tuscany; our week at the beach with some of the best people on Earth; little getaways hither and tither—but it feels like so many of our memorable adventures have been experienced […]

  2. deale, md | anna in med school - October 3, 2013

    […] Glen and Lauren are two of our closest friends.  For our wedding, they gave us maybe the best gift ever: a weekend away with the two of them.  Our lives are varied and full, and scheduling is always complicated.  But four years and two little ones later, we were able to make it happen—uh, really all credit goes to Glen and Lauren.  They set aside the weekend, found this place, and packed up a toddler and a sweet geriatric doggie.  All we had to do was show up, and somehow we scored massive points for thinking to bring olive oil. […]

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