As soon as I'd sat down in front of my laptop yesterday morning (5.30am 1st May), I received a Skype call from Australia. There was a wedding party in full swing.
My youngest son Wills and the lovely Kellogg had just been married in Mullumbimby. In collusion with my daughter Tenpin, they had organised everything in secret (to avoid the Paparazzi) as a surprise for Lady Magnon (and me). The wedding took place in the grounds of the fabulous house that Lady M and Tenpin are renting.
They will repeat the process here in France, where Wills was born, when they are next in Europe.
I wonder if Bunny was a pageboy?
News from Australia just gets better and better!
Great news - thought that would be today's post. Must be psychic!!!ReplyDelete
All the world's newspapers are covering it too.Delete
Great news....my son got married 2 weeks ago so I know the joy of the whole event/time...how lovely for you all.ReplyDelete
Excellent news and what a surprise - he is very like you. Thank goodness for Skype eh.ReplyDelete
Congratulations. Skype is amazing for keeping in touch with love ones who live far away. I bet you're looking forward to the French bit of the wedding.ReplyDelete
I was particularly lucky because Skype was behaving itself, and the pictures were quite 'crisp'.Delete
Bunny's mum and dad have had a busy 10 days! I hope Bunny didn't make too much noise during the ceremony. Nice..ReplyDelete
You missed out on the feast!ReplyDelete
We'll do a bumper feast when they do part 2 over here.Delete
Splendid news! What would we do without Skype. Will the French wedding be at the Mairie or Lumberjack church?ReplyDelete
Not sure yet. It would be nice to do something in the garden, but I don't know if it's possible.Delete
Huzzah! Congratulations to all.ReplyDelete
Congratulations again! :). What a happy family you must all be feeling.ReplyDelete
What an exciting spring you are having...babies and weddings...what else can happen?ReplyDelete
Congratulations to the happy couple and what a wonderful surprise for you and your wife.ReplyDelete
Start planning the menu.
We shall be killing the fatted Aubergine..... they're veggies.Delete
Congratulations to all.ReplyDelete
I have two wonderful daughter-in-laws and they make our family extra special. Enjoy all these blessing Cro...enjoy.ReplyDelete
You certainly seem to be sitting at home, holding the fort Cro, while it is all happening elsewhere.ReplyDelete
Yes pity you did not come over to Oz but then again who would look after the Richard the chook and the dogs:) This is a very exciting time for your family. I feel sad that you are missing out on all these family festivities . Don't mind me...we Aussies are very emotional types:)ReplyDelete
I'm fine with it. We shall have a very big family bash when they come over to France.Delete
What a wonderful surprise to wake up to! Happy news all around. :)ReplyDelete
congratulations! A new grandson and new daughter-in-law! Lovely way to greet the day.ReplyDelete
You are well loved matey