Posted by sean on June 18, 2015 at 4:41 pm in Wedding, Work Activities with No Comments

This is my last half hour in work as a married man. When I return, I will have a ring on my finger and a wife around my arm (although granted, Claire won’t be coming into work with me “in body”, despite the fact her ward is only a short walk from my office).

I work in a lovely team. When I arrived at my desk, I was greeted by a stuffed toy frog. Julie had made it for me at her Craft Club, as a wedding present. I’ll upload a photo of it later. Later in the morning, the entire department gathered round, while someone read out a brilliant speech about women, life and all the stuff that comes with marriage. I was then presented with an exciting looking envelope – although, as it is addressed to Claire as well as myself, I have had to refrain from opening it just yet!

I must say, I was very touched, if not a tad embarassed – although the whole thing was really nice.

If you work with me and are reading this, thank you!

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