Object of my affection: the wedding chapel

Andrea Hubbell photo. Andrea Hubbell photo.

“This painting was a wedding present from my husband’s uncle and aunt, who commissioned it for us. The church shown is Chapel of the Cross, the church in Chapel Hill where we were married. The church is so special to us, aside from the fact that we were married there: We actually met each other for the first time at that church, and my in-laws were also married there. Every time I look at it, I am filled with this sweet sense of nostalgia and joy, remembering how our lives first intersected.”

Abby Farson Pratt
AFP Calligraphy

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