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The perfect binary solo for the day.
Apparently it is a very popular day for weddings. I read somewhere (sorry, can't find the link) that there are something like ten times as many weddings planned for today as there were on the comparable Sunday last October. In fact, we are going to one tonight! And we know of two others.
Amy, it's true -- as a matter of fact I just got back from marrying a couple who came up to Toronto from Texas for a 10/10/10 wedding. It's nice that the weather chose to cooperate, and we had a nice little wedding in a park by the Toronto waterfront.It's definitely a nice day for a wedding!
Do they not have humanist officiants in Texas? Or do they just like Toronto?It is definitely gorgeous weather for anything. I'm all grumpy because it's my favourite time of year and I feel like I'm missing it because of school and work. I remember feeling this way last year, too. Hate it.But when I can steal a little time in the backyard with Tala, I love it. :)
Nice 10/10/10 in Maine: breezy, fifties, sunny. Not a day I really wanted to be stuck inside reading student work, but so it was. I got a chance to walk dogs for an hour and to ride a horse for another hour. Nothing to complain about.We should have invited Michael Pollan to supper: potatoes, brussels sprouts, artichokes, tomatoes--all home grown and not the last of the garden by any means, but the last of the artichokes and the last of the best of the tomatoes.We did not, however, get married today....
I'm pretty sure they do have non-religious officiants of some kind in most states. But this couple was coming up to Toronto for their honeymoon, and thought maybe they would just get married here too. They've never been to Toronto, didn't know anyone here, but wanted to check the place out. I have to say I really admire their adventurousness!But yes, the weather is a blessing if we can enjoy it, and a curse if we can't...
We did not, however, get married today.... Neither did we. :)
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