We got married yesterday.
It was a lovely affair, in a villa in Tuscany.
The last time I got married it was in a hotel in Montreal.
There were 250 guests, of which 200 or so were business clients of my soon to be (and later soon to be ex) father-in-law.
There was food, a band, dancing and it was over.
You don’t get many chances to learn from your mistakes in life, but I learned from that one.
This time, we rented a villa in Tuscany for a week and flew in 40 or so of our closest friends and relatives for a week long celebration. It was less wedding and more commune. Last night, it culminated in a lovely service conduced by the only woman reform Rabbi in Italy.
Speeches, a fantastic Tuscan meal and local Italian music and dancing all night long.
Live and learn.
We are off for a few weeks of R&R in Italy, France and England.
But I have made sure we have broadband wherever we go.