Suisse Guy!

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My little brother is spending the summer in Switzerland with my parents! I can't wait to visit! Michael, looking good kiddo! When did you grow up! I bet those French and Suisse girls are chasing after you blonde American teenage heart throb!



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Dedicated to the most amazing, wonderful, loving, awesome role models a daughter could ask for.  To My Parents...
Tuesday, June 29th, is not just any day for a certain pair of high school sweethearts from a small town called West Point, Mississippi. Tuesday marks the day that a then-long haired accounting student at MSU, Michael Murphy Lowther, and a green eyed baptist sorority "Lancer" girl, Donna June Maddox, were united in a service of a Christian marriage. Mike even sold his two favorite things in order to buy a ring so he could pop the question and win his bride's heart; His beloved cow, "EMMA" and even his motorcycle in exchange for a diamond ring for miss Donna. When he proposed over a romantic dinner at "Shoney's," she said YES and the rest is history! 

The small town love birds left their roots when Mike graduated from MSU and built a life together traveling all over, experiencing life as newlyweds in Memphis, Chicago and Houston where they settled down to have three perfect children, (wink!) and live happily ever after. 

Mom and Dad, you have shown unconditional love, support, and the precious gift of serving as role models, leading by example through your dedication, value, character and commitment towards one another through your marriage. Your family and friends love you more than you know! 

Congratulations for 36 Wonderful Years of Marriage Donna June and Michael Murphy Lowther!  
                                 As the French say,  Salud! "Bon Anniversaire De Mariage!"
Happy 36th Anniversary Mom and Dad!  

Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It is not rude, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres. Love never fails.And now these three remain. Faith, Hope and Love. But the greatest of these is love. 1 Corinthians 13. 


Wedding Feature Buzz!

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Our Wedding has been featured again by another blogger! Click the link below to see our Real Wedding article on  Perfectweddingguide.com


Bryan Mason Photography

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Behind my number crunching, excel spreadsheet stud, my accounting husband has a hidden talent and hobby of photography. I wanted to share some of the beautiful collection of photos he has taken from around the world. Enjoy! 

Beautiful church in Geneva, Switzerland
© Bryan Mason Photography 

© Bryan Mason Photography 

Outside Bryan's apartment in Downtown NYC
© Bryan Mason Photography 

Looking across the Hudson river at the sunset
© Bryan Mason Photography 

Sunrise across from New Jersey
© Bryan Mason Photography 

Butterfly in Kauai
© Bryan Mason Photography 

Brooklyn Bridge
© Bryan Mason Photography 

A waterfall in Trinidad
© Bryan Mason Photography 

Double rainbow outside Palm Springs, CA.
© Bryan Mason Photography 

A distant Statue of Liberty at Sunset
© Bryan Mason Photography 

The view from the Appalachian Trail at Bear Mountain, NY.
© Bryan Mason Photography 

View from our room in Aruba
 © Bryan Mason Photography 

A dead tree on the side of a cliff outside Palm Springs, CA.
 © Bryan Mason Photography 

The Boathouse in Central Park
© Bryan Mason Photography 

The Rockefeller Christmas tree in New York
© Bryan Mason Photography 

Dominican Republic beach 
© Bryan Mason Photography 

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To View a Slideshow of additional Photos by Bryan Mason, click here! 


Father's Day!

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Hey Everyone! Just wanted to share this blog from Keely Thorne Event's in Houston about Father's Day to say DITTO on their tribute to Father's Day! The first photo in the blog is My Daddy and Me on my wedding day!

Hope all the daddies out there had a wonderful Father's Day!
I'm flying to visit my Daddy in September and I can't wait! Love You Daddy! Love your little girl, T

Keely Thorne Events


Modern Luxury Houston Bride's Magazine

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Pick up this month's Houston Bride's Magazine...in stands now! and check out page 98 while you are at it!
Or click below to see the digital edition!

Bryan and I are in this month's edition of Modern Luxury Houston Bride's magazine! http://media.modernluxury.com/digital.php?e=BBHO


Weddings in Houston Feature!

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Yeah! Our wedding is a "Real Wedding" feature on the "Houston Weddings" blog site!
It is so much fun to re-live that special day! Click the link below to check out the article about our wedding!
Houston Wedding Blog


Aunt T and Uncle B's Trip To Dallas

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Bryan and I flew to Dallas for a weekend visit with the Perkins Family! It was a quick trip but so much fun! We love being Aunt T and Uncle B to Reese! My family means the world to me, so it is very important that I spend time with them any chance I can! We had such a great time playing with Reese, who is almost 2 now! 

She ADORES her uncle B, and all weekend she would point to him and say, "B!" When we first got to Dallas, Pam and Kevin took us to the Children's museum where we got to play with boxes, color, and see all kinds of cool stuff! It was so much fun to see her so grown up, walking around the museum so curious about everything, coloring on her own, and just watching her grow into a smart little independent cookie


Reese walked around all weekend and would point to Bryan and say, "B!" 

That weekend it was my brother in law's birthday so Bryan got hooked up with tickets to take them to the House of Blues Gospel Brunch show. Kevin He had to go on stage and dance when we made sure to point out it was his birthday! Even Reese even got to go up on stage with her daddy! She had so much fun, and I'm telling you, this baby can praise the Lord! She LOVED the gospel music! Her hands were held up high in the air as she swayed back and forth to the good ole' Southern gospel songs! Her jaw dropped when a singer came up to her and Kevin to lead him to the stage for his "birthday moment" She was SO excited to be picked! It was the funniest thing I have ever seen! I think we have a little missionary on our hands! 

We also went to the park one day and had a picnic and played on the playground. I was NOT used to the Texas heat! I think California weather has spoiled me! Despite being hot and sweaty all weekend, I didn't let it stop me from playing on the playground!



Uncle B bought Reese her very first swimming pool to play in on Memorial Day, also our last day in Dallas. She was SO excited to see what her Uncle B got her! She stood and watched Bryan (who was sweating and working so hard to blow this thing up!) She just kept saying, "B! Pool! B!...Pool! 
Once it was all set up and ready to go, she had the time of her life in her very own elephant pool! Thanks uncle B! After an amazing weekend in Dallas, we flew back to LA with tons of memories to cherish forever. God is so good and has blessed me with an amazing family! I've decided I can't go longer than a couple months without seeing my niece, so I've already booked a flight back to Dallas to hang out with Reese next month in July! You think THIS Aunt is going to get life get in the way of visiting her family? Love, "Aunt Tazzy"


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