I should be writing a blog and putting it here tonight, but a publisher has just expressed an interest in a manuscript, and as getting published is so difficult these days, I’ve immediately dropped everything to smarten up the story.

Image of part of  a Sailing to Purgatory webpage to illustrate the article.
Time for the wedding photos ... Could anyone forget this stage at a wedding when the chosen photographer takes over?
However, Gerry Roos has sent some more humour of the sort that’s helping Americans stay at least relatively sane in these plague-dominated times.

Last week, she offered us those great cartoons that people tack onto emails with massively long lists of addresses.

The laughs are here. Today she offers a short cleverly filmed skit, Irish Wedding, that she feels will help us forget why we're stuck indoors.

If you’re married, it may well take you back to that crazy (or wonderful) occasion.

I was treated to the ceremony once. I won’t forget the bride looking radiant, the church all spruced up, and the wedding breakfast either - and nor the crazy drive to achieve that traditional moment when the happy couple slips away to some secret rendezvous.

The Irish Wedding contains the nuttiness that accompanies so many weddings, I suspect. Hope you will enjoy Gerry’s recommendation which is here. Many thanks, Gerry.

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