Friday, March 06, 2015

Hold the presses Rupert

In the small northern Welsh  village of Trelawnyd this day John Gray of Wales is to wed his partner Chris. Good wishes, gifts, messages and payola have poured in from around the world and as an avid reader of John's blog, I certainly wish them well.

If you are not a reader of John's Going Gently then you miss out on great tales from a small village, personal anecdotes and John's life surround by many creatures great and small.

Good luck from Down Under chaps.


15 comments:

  1. Andrew, great news. The times has changed for better

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    1. Progress has taken a very long time, hasn't it?

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    2. Maybe Gosia. I think so, but I am not sure.

      Hels, yes, a long time, but this is quite significant.

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  2. The whole front page devoted to them! I'm intrigued by the bottom banner ('I forgive his trespasses').

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    1. The bottom line was a nice extra touch Victor. I am not reading too much into it.

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  3. What a brilliant first page mock-up. Very, very clever.
    And yes, lots and lots of good wishes are floating through the ether to them.

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    1. EC, I guess you know them already. Hard to believe how open they can be.

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  4. Oh, Happy Wedding Day!!

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    1. River, at least you had one. More than I ever did.

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  5. I'm sure they will be very happy and content..good luck to them.

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    1. WA, they are so different yet connected. Yes, good luck to them.

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  6. Super post Andrew and yes you are right.. I went over and checked out John's blog.. very entertaining :) I'm sure they will be tres happy!

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    1. Grace, will be being married make a difference to them?

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    2. I don't know that Andrew, I guess that's a chance everyone takes when they tie the knot, it either makes or breaks a relationship.. Personally I think marriage is a little outdated!

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    3. Grace, I should not talk out of turn, but R finds Middle niece who bore great niece to not be married to her partner, well not quite right. Yet of course he accepts my dyke sister, her partner and Little Jo. Fine if gays want to get married, but really why would anyone bother now.

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