Waking up to another black day in Paris I am still posting this in some hope that one day we will achieve a world equilibrium of peace .
Today is our tenth wedding anniversary. It still is despite there being only one of us left. I am choosing to remember it with joy and gratitude...
When we got engaged David and I were busy in several different churches. We decided to marry as quietly as possible so it was arranged for a Monday morning. The only guests were the fellow church wardens!
My friend Julia did the old service for us, the one we had grown up with!
A retired priest from the village gave me away and a fellow warden was David's best man!
The sun shone bright. The organist played " Here comes the bride"
Afterwards we went to a lovely hotel which has a terrace bordering the sea. We drank pink champagne in glorious sunshine!
That evening we had a PCC meeting where more champagne was produced and consumed with a great deal of jollity. We ended the meeting very quickly!
These memories now are wonderful. Only a little bitter sweet because the years after that are also filled with magical memories!
You left me too soon David but I thank God for all the wonderful memories of our shared love!