Final Tadah

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A couple of weekends ago Anne and Seth performed flower-girl and page-boy duties. This was their second time.
During rehearsal Anne was practicing the throwing of her flower petals, then carefully picking them up and putting them back in the basket. What we had neglected to tell Seth was that during the actual ceremony itself, the flower petals were meant to stay on the ground.
So you can imagine the pandemonium of our little girl throwing her flower petals as Seth screamed "no!" while frantically trying to pick all the petals up and then running forward to put them back in Anne's hand-basket.
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Anne, in performance mode, was totally oblivious to the disappearance of her partner who had embarked on his quest to undo her blatant act of littering. She just walked down the aisle, smiling for the camera. The only time she sensed something was wrong was when she reached the front only to find that she had so many petals left.
When Ronald and Stephanie marched through the aisle as man and wife with the bridal procession following them, Anne (now the <strong>last</strong> in the procession) took the opportunity to finish the sacred task of emptying the hand-basket of flowers.
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