60 years of marriage that is.
I have been plugging this session to these two for a LONG time. What better year to make it happen…the year of THEIR 60th wedding anniversary. Let me introduce you to Mr. Hatten’s grandparents. They are truly the heart and soul, the deepest core of the branch of this family. Family. Yes, family. This is what their world circulates around and I have always just felt blessed to be a part of it.
When I first met Mr. Hatten, I couldn’t help but notice that his grandparents would be holding hands or sitting closely and lovingly. After all of the years they’ve been together, they truly, are still one hundred percent in love with each other. It is pure and unconditional love and getting to see it is nothing short of a fortunate experience. Oh, and it is indeed an opportunity to be placed within a comfort zone to be convinced that sitting in a recliner with only a ribbed white tank top and unders is okay…hee hee.
This is certainly a session that I hold very near and dear to my heart as they are people whom I have adored and admired and I can only hope that I can make 60 years of marriage look half this good.
Thank you for taking and sharing these Skye! I can not even begin to tell you how in love I am with these pictrues. Seeing them got me a little teary eyed. They are amazing people and you really captured the love that we get to witness when around them.
I am sitting here crying like a baby! Skye there are just no words to tell you how much this means to me! These are truly amazing and I love them.
Wow add me to the crying list too!! Skye you did an amazing job thatnk you very much for taking these
sweet, sweet, sweet!
These are fabulous, Skye! Maybe your best yet! Makes me almost tear up!!!
My first thought (that is already put into sentiments here) is that these pictures are not only a gift for them, but all who love them! If only we all had such amazing photography of our loved ones to keep as reminders of who they are/were! And yeah I feel like I have met finally met them now. 🙂