12 The Wedding
Trip Start Apr 23, 2012
18Trip End Sep 30, 2012
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Raffy song Aaron liked as a child), friends and family shared Aaron
and Sue's weddings. The pictures tell the story... The speeches were
translated so the audience could follow along... And professional
pictures, numbering in the thousands and taken over multiple days
will create a lasting legacy of this happy event. Their vows, created
individually, were shared with the audience. Aaron, being Aaron, had
the brightest socks of course. And, Sue was absolutely radiant.
was given a day's notice to produce this for the translator) which of
course choked me up a bit during the presentation (hopefully not
noticed by all).
I am so happy attending my number one son's wedding to Sue in Korea.
Finding a soul-mate in Seoul, I suspect, was no easy task for Aaron. In fact, I believe that chance, also known as Buttle luck, along with a little help from above, perhaps with input from his mom, had a large role to play in leading up to today's festivities.
Although Canadian by birth, I suspect that Aaron will remain a citizen of the world for his remaining years.
Sue and Aaron, I wish you all the best in your future lives together. May
you both continue to explore our universe and, especially, your ongoing relationship
In closing, I wish a long life together. Also, if children bless your future, I know that you will both make wonderful parents.
Finally, if and when you visit me, please remember to bring a tent so we can share our great Canadian outdoors :)... For those that don't quite understand, I am actually a nomad - also known as "homeless."
PS: The last sentence has no translation in Korean :)))