Thirty years ago today the DJs said “I do”

Thirty years ago today the Dawn Joggers walked along with son John from their home on Wayne Ave. in South Pasadena to Eddy Park a block away. John carried a flag that the female DJ’s mother had made for the occasion. At the Park, they were married in front of family and friends by Episcopal priest, the Rev. Cynthia Seagal Samuels. Godfather Clark had given John a rubber spider to throw at the end of the service. Why? Because he’s Clark – and John was 6.

The reception was a low key, semi-hippie affair, held in their back yard. Any coats and ties were quickly  shed as the dancing – to the music of Snotty Scotty and the Hankies – got started. The thing the female DJ remembers most about the day was that she really had fun. And, of course, how lucky she was to have found the male DG…

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3 Responses to Thirty years ago today the DJs said “I do”

  1. Beth Ann Daye says:

    I know this is not a “happy” anniversary but I’m happy for your beautiful memories. This is such a lovely photo. Thanks for sharing with us.

  2. Judy Mohr says:

    A beautiful memory! Thanks for sharing.

  3. Lani says:

    Linda, you looked beautiful (you radiated) – isn’t it a warm fuzzy to know you found the Right One? And look at the beautiful granddaughter that God gave you this many years later. Yours must have been a fabuous marriage, and I am happy for you. Sure, you miss him, but look around you for all the memoriesyou ahd he created together and know that he still lives on in your heart.

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