Tuesday, October 27, 2009

The Wedding

Those of you who follow this blog will have already taken note of my rambling rant about the horrendous problems we had with American Airlines in the final couple of days before the wedding. However, I'm in a much better mood now - not that AA has resolved ANYTHING, but simply because the wedding went off without a major problems, everybody seemed to have a good time, and the bride and groom had a great honeymoon.
Now that all of that is behind us, you'll get the chance to read the thoughts of a father who managed to tap-dance around some of the emotions involved with his only daughter's wedding and the resulting move to a new home in another state. For those of you facing that in the years ahead, let's just say that it's enough to put a catch in the throat and a tear in the eye of the toughest of men. Read on and feel free to pass it along to others who might benefit.
It's Time
It's time. Time to let the youngest fly off to a new home and career, with a new husband, to start a new life. The wedding has been in the works for nearly two years, but it always seemed to be something distant, something "way down the road". The location was secured, but had to be changed when the original choice was sold to be used for another purpose. The scramble for [...]

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