Today my hubby and I are celebrating eleven years of being married to one another. YAY!!!! 😉 My hubby is a wonderful man. I’m so happy to have him in my life. We are an odd couple, but our quirks have matched us together nicely. I thought these photos of our Monday, October 24, 2011 day trip in Hell, Michigan seemed strangely appropriate.
This is a REAL wedding chapel. People get married here just so they can say “They started their marriage in Hell, it can only get better from here.” Maybe the hubby and I should have renewed our wedding vows? With me and my horrible luck, we could use all the good karma we can get!
More pictures of Hell coming soon!
Have a great day!
5 thoughts on “Going to the Chapel in Hell”
Congrats on the anniversary! Odd couples rule.
The wedding chapel looks so dinky, I wonder if I can persuade himself to get married in hell. 😀
The chapel’s SOOO tiny! Not much bigger than the shed we store our lawn mower in! It has eight chairs and a pulpit inside. There’s no room for anything more! Come to think of it…my shed at home MIGHT be bigger, though not as tall. 🙂 I wish I’d taken a better pic of the steeple on top. Instead of a cross, there’s a question mark. It gives the place a distinct, Dr. Seuss sort of vibe. 🙂
LOL @ the question mark. Kind of appropriate. 😀
Congrats and Happy Anniversary!
Oh! Now that is awesome! I so wish I was married in Hell!! Though yeah, the chapel looks a bit small. Maybe in the yard of the chapel – the ? steeple would be nice in the background! 😀
Thanks Jo! Happy Anniversary month to you and your hubby as well! 🙂 October must be THE month for wedding anniversaries!
The chapel is REALLY tiny, but there’s lots of room around it, so I assume that’s where you’d set up chairs, more like an outdoor wedding. Of course, Michigan weather is FAMOUS for being completely unpredictable, so that would make me nervous. Getting married in Hell, not a problem. Worrying that it might rain or be crappy out, BIG issue! When the weather is good in Michigan, it’s really beautiful. Unfortunately, it can rain one day, be beautiful, the next, snow on the third day, and then go back to being mild, but overcast. Michigan is weird like that!