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The Stud from the Spud State and the Red Dragon Damsel
Marry Your Best Friend To Get the Best of Both Worlds Not many can claim they met their spouse in a battle of wits much less the fabled (don't believe a word of it!) Internet. But my uncle, he's not many. And my new aunt? Well she's a keeper. And it wasn't love like a summer fling --- but it goes much deeper. The rumors you heard - it's all too true - they met on Online Scrabble: sesquipedalians by heart, but in the strictest sense, true Word Warriors. Her last turn was an "I Do"... and when it came, he knew that he was done for: pussyfooting through the back door, the tenacious Triple Word Score. The date was planned - his bachelorhood canned. Compensated on Christmas day, a wifie from Wales to tie the knot with my uncle the Stud from the Spud State. The Red Dragon Damsel flew in (too strong to be distressed) into my uncle's country life. (I still remember his clenched fists pouring buckets at the altar ... his first love) And she brought her little Dragoness, too --- a fiery spark named Emily. My job was to walk my new British cousin down the aisle, as she whispered to me, "Should we link arms?" And though I should have said, "What's the harm?" instead of a rather robotic canter --- it now brings a smile. My lovely Aunt Laura wore an eggplant dress, as if too challenge the mountain majesty that peaked through the church window of that fine Idahoan morn. Her glorious entry introduced by a Celtic song that would have made Enya weep, as the vertigo of vows came to a close like a caged bird being released. Mariah Carey's famous Christmas hit took to life --- All I Want Is You, rang true, as they took each other's arms to dance celebrating an unlikely circumstance. Crossing oceans to become One: she from Barry, and he from Boise. The After Party --- filled with giggles, tears and rip-roaring stories from every point of view. The wedding cake (believe it or not) was a Scrabble board: one slice was Congratulations - and though a bit silly, to me it was poetry. And my uncle - you could tell - was simply dumbfounded as she took the words right out of his mouth ... with a crumb-filled smooch. Written February 27th, 2016. For the My Wedding Day Is Special Because... hosted by Olive Eloisa Guillermo NOTE: I've never been married before, so I hope writing about my uncle's wedding instead is acceptable.
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