This page is somewhat of a collage that bounces back and forth in a two week period in May 2012, with a little glimpse back at 2007.
©2014 Jeannie Wehrman
John, Nadia, Maricia, Nick, Tiffany, Jean, Janis, me, Jim where is Johnny? He must be taking the picture.
Jean, Janis & Tiffany
Jean, Jeannie, Tiffany, Nick, Janis & Jim
Relaxation time at The Inn.
Tiffany & Nick
Nadia & John
Nadia in Toronto
Tiffany at the beginning of medical school, 2007 White Coat Ceremony University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine.
Tiffany beginning medical school 2007
2012 Pitt Medical School Graduation
Dr. Tiffany Star Behringer 2012
Nick, Tiffany & Jim
Jim, Tiffany & Jeannie (aka g’ma & g’pa)
Tiffany & Nick
John, Johnny, Tiffany, Maricia & Nadia
We are so proud of Dr. Tiffany Star Behringer
Relaxation time, Tiffany & Nick
John & Nadia
Maricia & Johnny
Chill out time
John, Nadia, Johnny & Maricia
James & Johnny with mom Jeannie in Toronto
James & Johnny
Maricia doing the bride’s hair.
Beautiful bride Tiffany
Tiffany & Jim (aka g’pa)
Jeannie, Nadia, John, Maricia & Johnny
The Inn entry
The Inn dining room
James in The Inn sitting room
Our granddaughter Tiffany got married and graduated from medical school in the same two week time slot. In between the two we went to Toronto and Niagara Falls. There were nine of us, and three generations.
I had found Inn on the Mexican War Streets, which is a restored Victorian mansion, and arranged to rent the whole house so all of our small family could be together. It was perfect. We had 9 bedrooms each with ensuite, and the whole huge mansion for our use. The inn was a perfect spot for the photographer to take pre-wedding photos and a lovely place to entertain. Coincidentally Tiffany and Nick’s wedding was at The National Aviary which was on the other side of the park across from our temporary home.
In the middle between the wedding and graduation eight of the nine of us, who had traveled to Pittsburgh for the big events, took off for Toronto. We managed a trip to Niagara Falls and lots of sight seeing by foot in Toronto. It was a great trip.