They’re hitched.

Applauding a wedding song

It’s a done deal; my parents can breathe a sigh of relief, as their last remaining bachelor officially changed his status last night at around 4:30 p.m. It rained – and how – forcing the ceremony indoors rather than among the ripening grapes in the Cave Spring vineyard, but the service was lovely and the reception was tremendous.   Your erstwhile correspondent had the very great honour of serving as Master of Ceremonies, a duty that I very much enjoyed.  This completes, however, ten days in which I have travelled all over Ontario – attending “summer school” training for work in London at the University of Western Ontario, back to Juniorvania for a Wednesday evening visit with Spouse, an early Thursday morning return to London and a Friday night odyssey (owing to a very bad collision on the 403 and consequent traffic snarls) to Jordan.   I am very happy for my brother and my new sister-in-law;  they seem like an excellent match for one another, and Spouse and I had a wonderful time last night.

Now I am tired and I go to sleep.  Work tomorrow.