The Kiss, they are now officially married.
Presenting Mr. & Mrs Joshua Adam Darnell.
And the walk away, That is Joshua and Megan Darnell now. Methinks Josh is happy. Ok, I think Megan is also. They are a good couple. I believe this is a good marriage.
I wrote a book once called, “Why Not Forever?” The sweetest thing I heard after the wedding was: “Grandpa, we read your book!”
Honestly, weddings are wonderful. If you can afford a large wedding with the trappings that is wonderful. Megan’s uncle is a great guy and a professional photographer. He was snapping pictures like crazy, and he was so loveable. Great comments as he was walking taking the pictures. A great conversationalist.
Weddings also last a long time now. Too long for this old guy. It was fun, of course it would have been more fun if I could have understood what was said. We had to leave after the dancing started and before the opening of the presents.
(I thought it was so sweet, the quote, “I have found the one whom my Soul Loves”)
Oh the dancing was fun (no not Sherry and I we don’t dance) our great grand daughter Stella did do some dancing.
We had a good time, when we did decide to leave Stella said, “More dance more dance”
We made it home. It has been years since I saw Charlotte at night, the new sky scrappers with lights are impressive. We went under the airport flight paths and Stella loved the airplanes coming in and leaving.
Of course big marriages and celebrations are for kids. I think everyone had fun and enjoyed the festivities. Megan’s family is wonderful folk. Everyone we met seemed very personable.
So that is it. We can now leave day after tomorrow and head south. I think I have done every thing I had on my list.
Thanks for visiting with us here at the Shipslog.
Wishing Megan, a beautiful and sweet lady, and Joshua a kind gentle man, the most wonderful life together. I believe this is one for the books. I feel this one can and will last.
A sweet ‘55 Chevy convertible we saw in Maine this year.