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Perl course during the week, getting married at the weekend

Ahmed (not his real name) is getting married on Sunday and last night should have been his traditional "shower"; his bride was having hers, but Ahmed's here with us on a Perl course in Melksham. Like all soon-to-be-marrieds I've come across, he's both looking forward with some excitement to the future, yet little concerns nag him. And it's such an important step that it's bound to be in his thoughts day and night and the little concerns grow.

We sat at the dining table into the evening, and chatted on a wide range of subjects from job prospects at small and larger companies, through will the in-laws interfere and how will things work out to some of our own Melksham plans and how Lisa and I, in spite of being a bit of an odd couple, have something special that works for us and I can't imagine things any other way.

Ahmed met his lady at University and has known her for 5 years. For the length of that time, they DO know each other as each really is (they can't possibly have been "on show" for the whole five years, can they?) and they're very obviously on the same wave-length. If she's half as caring and genuine as he is, they'll make a remarkable couple.

Wishing you, Ahmed and your bride all the very very best for Sunday, and for the future. Neither you nor I can know exactly what twists and turns the future may bring, but I know you've got a strong partnership there to carry both of you.
(written 2005-12-16, updated 2008-06-10)

 
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