Oh Wow Esther....What a beautiful post!Lovely Photos - wonderful memories
Esther, you have to let us know the rest of the story. I assume it was a girls boarding establishment. How did you meet HIM there? Spill!
What a beautiful and magical start to the bestest of happily ever afters!Have a great day.Always, Queenie
That is a wonderful fairy tale.
Such a delightful memory and post.
Oh, what a romantic story.
Oh my! Just like the beginning of a novel! A very sweet, happy novel! I can't imagine having grown up living in such a place though. I would think one's imagination would just explode in that environment. So many opportunities for connections with the past :*)
Yes it might explain my love for old buildings, scroll work, ironwork and grand gardens!
Wow, Esther!! How fortunate for you to have been able to live there. I hope the school itself was a nice experience to match the fabulous setting!
It looks like an enchanting place. Is the school still in operation?
Where is this wonderful castle?
How wonderful!!!! What I would give to go into this castle!
Oh Esther when I saw those steps the first time you put them up I fell in love with them and I just knew there had to be 100's of wonderful stories that they could tell, but I never dreamed one of them would be your special story. Please spill the beans how come your hubby was at a girls boarding school way back then?????????????????????? Hugs Glenda
What a beautiful building and beautiful memories of young love and mature romance. So nice for you to step back in time and enjoy.
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