A Wedding in the Offing

Bloody Young Keith.

Yes, jumping over a broomstick, or a handfasting, is fine for the punters. And when I thought it was a relatively temporary measure, best resolved through patience and non-legal ceremonial, I was quite happy.

But this is another matter entirely. Luckily I live in a part of the world where shotguns are quite easy to access. Although, in a breach of tradition, I’ll be pointing this one at my own son if he doesn’t get his act together.

I’m not sure I’m old enough to be a granny.

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2 thoughts on “A Wedding in the Offing

  1. A good time, maybe, to set up a knitting sweatshop – sorry, cottage industry. The cheery workers could get in some practice on very small garments – without pay of course until they are proficient – and work up to bigger garments as time goes on. You would of course retain the right to reject and confiscate any garment deemed imperfect, leaving them to sell the stuff you don’t like – sorry – pass as perfect.

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  2. Being a granny is the best thing in the world Eileen. You can get revenge for all those temper tantrums your kids ever had. Just have the grandchildren for a while, fill them full of chocolate, sugar, and get them hyper-excited and then give them back to Mum and Dad!

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