I had some lovely performances recently, including a wonderful kitchen tea which I always love as you know someone’s found their special someone and, call me sentimental, it’s pretty damn awesome!
I do think anniversaries (especially the kickers like 10, 25 or 50 years) are the real magic as so many marriages struggle due to the negative influences all around us but those that love over, above and in spite of all that, show us that true love exists and brings back that little twinkle in our eye that there might be someone special for everyone.
It’s so wonderful to see the bride-to-be and the friends she’s made in her lifetime, you can tell what kind of a person she is from them and how much they share in her joy, how fun/relaxed the event is and her relationship with her family. Performing and participating on their special day gives you a window into someone’s life. You get to be part of it for just an hour helping make a unforgettable memory for someone that you’ll know they’ll always treasure. That’s something I love.