My Daughter’s Wedding

Well, it took almost 28 years, but I finally palmed my daughter off to some hapless bloke.

No, it really didn’t happen like that.   Erin married Brendan last Saturday in a vineyard outside Tamworth and it was a very happy occasion.

It rained all morning, but stopped just in time and the sun came out to shine on the congregation. Here is a picture of the proud father and daughter walking down the aisle to the tune of Erin Shore:

And here is the happy couple with their parents:

I’m the good looking bloke on the left.

I did make a speech at the reception, and if anybody can tell me what I said, please let me know.  Everyone tells me it was good, but it was totally off-the-cuff and I may have had a scotch or three too many. At least I outlasted my son Glen, who did a great job of being Master of Ceremony – he fell asleep in the bus on the way home.

And for those that don’t know the tune Erin Shore, it’s a traditional Irish tune, played here by The Corrs:


2 Responses to “My Daughter’s Wedding”

  1. Hi Don

    It looks like you had a great day, if you can’t have a good drink at your daughters wedding, when can you? I know I did.

    Great music for the aisle walk, I had not heard that one before.

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  2. Thanks Bill, yes it was a good day, but as is usual when you are having a good time, it was over too soon.

    The happy couple are now in New Zealand, celebrating the Central Coast Mariners win over Wellington Pheonix, which gives the Mariners the Premiers Plate. The happy couple are also mad soccer fans.

    As far as I am concerned, the Cricket season is over and I’m looking for a good rest, but I know I won’t get it.

    Don Maisey recently posted..My Daughter’s WeddingMy Profile

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