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LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT
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Louise and Ken
was magical. ''It
was our day; we
cried and we
December 5 was a simple and yet ever
so perfect day for Louise and Ken
Peisley, who were married at Saint
Clements in Yass.
Louise, nee Neal, said it was
magical. The couple met online just
when Louise was at the point of saying
goodbye to online dating forever.
"I had just about enough of the
online dating scene, so I decided to
delete my account," she said.
"I had one last search and Ken's
picture came up. My heart fluttered,"
The two chatted online and over the
phone for days before meeting up.
"We can pretty much say it was love
at first sight," Louise said.
The two became engaged in May
last year, and decided to have the
wedding as soon as they could.
The couple were married in front of
Mrs Peisley said she was fortunate
and thankful her mother-in-law had a
dress which was just what she had
"Simple, but vintage with a touch of
elegance," she described it.
A particularly special part of Mrs
Peisley's outfit was the veil which she
made herself. It featured a rising sun as
part of the hair piece to acknowledge
Mr Peisley's time in the Australian
"It was a sign to him of how very
proud I am of him to have served his
duty and his achievements, and also
the struggles," Mrs Peisley said.
Mrs Peisley and her mother made
the wedding cake -- a four-tiered naked
cake featuring fondant flowers.
"I was very happy with the result,
and we finished in the nick of time five
minutes before heading off to the
hairdresser," she recalled.
"It is not about the money you
spend, or how much your dress is,"
Mrs Peisley said.
"It is about two people enjoying
themselves and taking that step to
carry them towards a life which is
spoken within our vows. It was our
day; we laughed, we cried and we
"It was a magical day spent with
loved ones and close friends," she said.
After the wedding, the couple and
their guests had lunch and cake at the
Yass Soldiers Club.
"We had lots of memorable
moments and each and every [one
was] special," Mrs Peisley said.
"But to sit back in the dining room
when everybody had left and reflect
over the day with a glass of wine, and
dream about the future years was the
best part of our day."
The couple plan to save up to go on
a cruise for their honeymoon.
SURVEY ON WAY
Well, 2016 is upon us and it looks like
being a busy one for the Tuggeranong
Community Council. We should hear
in March from the Murray Darling
Basin Project people about what
activities have been approved in the
Tuggeranong Lake Catchment to
improve water quality and amenity in
I look forward to a time we no
longer have smells in summer, and the
community can paddle, swim and host
triathlons in Lake Tuggeranong.
We will be putting out a survey soon
to find out community opinions on
various topics of interest in the
Tuggeranong area in our efforts to
inform, promote and support the
residents of Tuggeranong. Over the
next few meetings we will have
speakers talking about the National
Broadband Network; the new CIT
coming to Tuggeranong; Climate
Change Adaptation Strategy; the new
Waste Management Feasibility Study;
an update from Capital Metro and
what college students and the Council
on the Ageing have to say.
Suggest the topics you'd like to hear
more on by contacting us on
0431 235 970. The first meeting of the
Tuggeranong Council will be held at
7.30pm on Tuesday, February 2, at the
Tuggeranong Southern Cross Club.
Please come along to listen and let
us know what else you want to hear
Tuggeranong Community Council
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