S: Jason and Allison's Wedding December 30, 2004
FC: Jason and Allison December 30, 2004
1: Jason and Allison were married at Pinecrest Chapel on December 30th, 2004 at 11:30 in the morning
2: Getting Ready!!
4: Getting those boutonnieres just right
6: Jason Chris Josh Shaun
7: Allison Stephanie Hollie Tiffany
9: Ocvirk Family
10: Lunsford Family
12: The ceremony begins
14: Two families become one
15: Lily and Valerie
17: Here comes the bride
18: With this ring, I thee wed
21: You may now kiss the bride!
25: Introducing Mr. & Mrs. Ocvirk
26: My name is Chris Kimmel, and I am the best man, Before we get started congratulating the newlyweds, how about a round of applause for Jason and Allison's parents for all their hard work in making this occasion run smoothly. All of your work is greatly appreciated. Jason and I have been good friends since we were five years old and have been getting into mischief together since about that same time. From innumerable water-gun fights to hiding in the woods at the cabin and getting our dads in trouble for losing us, we've shared some of the greatest memories over the years. More recently when Jason and I have gotten together during our college days and Allison started showing up more and more frequently, I began to think, "this girl could be trouble." Then when Jason called to say he was engaged, I suddenly understood something very important: Every young man knows when the right girl comes along because she tells him so. So, Jason, I have a couple pieces of advice as you venture into this unexplored territory: -You can have your way all the time now, as long as you agree with her. -And if you don't get your way immediately, there are two ways of arguing with women, and neither one works. In all seriousness, congratulations to the both of you. If I had one thing to say to you both, it would be this: Just because you're married doesn't mean the courtship is over. Take time today to look into each other's eyes and see how happy you are; then work every day for the rest of your lives making those eyes as happy as they are today. So, with that said, will you all please join me in a toast to the newlyweds. Here's to love, laughter and happily ever after.
28: May I have this dance?
29: A Song for My Daughter Just once upon a yesterday I held you in my arms You grew into a little girl with lovely childhood charms Now it seems I only turned around And I see you by his side Oh, I can't believe my eyes today My Daughter is a Bride I guess somehow I always knew This day would soon be here Still I wonder as I look at you What became of all the years And no word could ever quite express The way I feel inside Oh, I can't believe my eyes today My daughter is a Bride All the laughter and the teardrops The sunshine and the rain I would relive every moment, Dear If I could bring them all back again But now, My Love, the time has come To send you on your way So I wish you every happiness And blessings of this day And I hope the love I've given you Will forever be my guide Oh, I can't believe my eyes today My Daughter - Oh, I can't believe my eyes My Daughter- Oh, my angel and my pride My Daughter is a Bride.
30: The Wedding "Cake"
31: Bouquet and Garter Toss
32: Let it Snow!
33: Happily Ever After...
34: January 1st, 2005 We went to the beach via the water taxi. Jason and I walked in the Atlantic Ocean. I tried to get some shells and a wave came over me and I got soaked. Apparently my mouth was a bit open and I got a mouthful of salty ocean water.
35: January 2nd, 2005 We set sail on our cruise today. Our room was awesome and filled with many complimentary surprises. We are so excited about this cruise, and can't wait to start tomorrow. I don't ever want to leave this place!!
36: January 4th, 2005 Today we docked in Costa Maya. I was able to experience Mexico and the Mexican salespeople for the first time. We both realized quickly that they go for selling to the women. We stopped and watched some Mexican dancers and a singer, then headed back to the ship.
37: January 5th, 2005 Today we docked in Cozumel. We decided to walk to a park called Chankanaab. We walked around the park and saw dolphins, which was really cool. Then we saw a sea lion show. We went back to the beach and decided to try snorkeling. Tropical fish came within arms length.
39: January 6th, 2005 We docked in Grand Cayman. We had a drive over to the Turtle Farm, and were able to see some huge turtles. Then we headed to the Devil's Hangout in Hell. We then headed back to get on the Semi-sub, where we could see all the fish on the reef.
40: January 7th, 2005 Today we docked in Ocho Rios, Jamaica. Once we went on shore, we went right into our shore excursion, the Canopy Adventure. We made it up to the tour, had to walk a bit, then on to the first zip line. What an amazing rush. There is no better way to see Jamaica.