Well, what a good turnout we had! And blessed by the weather we were too!
The Bride and Groom awaited their many invited quests at the alter, while the dutiful bridesmaids scattered their long green confetti and hearts on the trail of love. A flat run as promised led the congregation into romantic scenery, consisting of the gas line, moonscapes and swamps! With checks in place, the congregation had time to gather around and take in the latest gossip, wondering who had designed the dress, and what would the wedding breakfast be. As the brides and groom sashayed down the aisle, the congregation joined in a medley of traditional wedding songs!
Pre wedding cocktails were on offer to the thirsty congregation, who by now were adourned in a beautiful array of milinery. The nurses and their OT caps for their initiative, Eastern Promise and the winner (blue can for the first person to tell us this week who it was) were brought up to show off their hats
Christine, Bunny Girl, Satu Lagi and Call Girl were head to head in the final of the quiz. Now you know why it is important to remember these days. The date of the Prince Charles and Di wedding - could have won you a hamper...well done to Christine, the Royal Wedding correspondent brought especially out from the UK.
The throwing of the bouquet and the cutting of the cake, brought a tear to many of the congregation. You may now kiss the bride, said the vicar which announced the end of the shout up. Thanks to the committee for a well run event, lovely grub from the yacht club - Roast Beef and Yorkshire pud and jolly good fun.
Dont expect that this week..
NEXT RUN: Subok 309 (towards town end)
HARES: Pee Wee/Mrs Pingu