What can I say about the wedding ceremony?
The bride was beautiful.
The groom was hansome.
The ceremony moving
Vows and rings exchanged.
It was great!
I can say a bit more here—the weather forecast for this week was:
- Tuesday: sunny
- Wednesday: sunny
- Thrusday: sunny
- Friday (today): severe thunderstorms and heavy rain
- Saturday: sunny
Today's forecast of severe thunderstorms and heavy rain was a bit concerning,
given that the wedding was held outdoors.
While it did rain last night and a bit this morning,
by the time of the wedding,
it was party cloudy and clearing up.
By the time the event was winding down at the Fox Hills Summerhouse Outdoor Venue
it was clear skys as far as one could see.
Officiating the ceremony was Jordan's brother Aaron.
the same Aaron who owns a brewery.
If it seems odd for a religeous ceremony to be delivered by a beer brewer,
(although Aaron isn't a monk,
he can officate a wedding ceremony).
Not much else to say about today,
other than good luck to the bride and groom.
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