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... nothing else for us to do except stand in the rain in the middle of nowhere on the outskirts of Chuzhuo. When we got back to the apartment, nothing else had been done to it since we left though there were some duvet covers in the bedrooms now. As there was nowhere else to sit we took the duvet from my room, threw it on the huge window sill and the three of us sat on there waiting for Bruce to come back. At this point we all admitted that we were so disappointed with our ...
... girl who we later found out was called Wanshowhen (Not spelt that
way but that’s how she pronounced it to us) and was 12 years old, she
desperately wanted to practise her English , it was so humbling to see how much
she was searching her brain to try and find the words to communicate with us
effectively. After we realised that she was going to continue to follow us, we
asked her if she knew somewhere that we could get some nice food, she took ...
... was sort of like a security station where they were observing who was entering and leaving the school grounds … all very official and strange! Bruce took us into the school, up two flights of stairs and into the teachers room (like a staff room) – we were met by Ken and Gloria who are our Chinese assistants, basically they are the people that we go to in the school for example if we can’t find our rooms (we move around, not the children like ...
... and walked into departures and saw Bruce and Lily (his wife, who we originally thought was called Monica) waving at us.
I instantly loved Bruce, he was so happy and confident and although some others had told us that his English wasn’t great I personally think it’s incredible. So after Lily and Bruce argued about where the car was and walked us around in circles for a while we finally got on our way to Huai’An City which Bruce said was about a ...
Here are the long-awaited pictures of my Chinese wedding.
Thank you to Joy, Kristie, and Stephanie for their efforts in taking these pictures during my big moment.
So many of you told me to go away and find a bride in China.
None of you thought I would actually do it ;)
Enjoy the photos!
BTW this was our wedding song, obviously.
Paul Brandt- I Do: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ze5boO cxLM