generic remeron 15 mg Andrew and Lori were married Sunday at Castle Moffett in Cape Breton. The wedding was a small one with a handful of family members on hand. They had a ceremony at the bottom of the symmetrical staircases in the great room of the castle. For some reason the castle’s CD player wouldn’t play the music Lori and Andrew had put on the disc, so they brought out their laptop and played the music directly from there. So when in mid ceremony, ‘Don’t Stop Believing’ busted out, everyone got a good laugh.
We went outside after the ceremony for photos and quickly encountered mosquitoes. With that in mind, we went back inside after the family shots, formulated a plan, and went through the photos without lingering too long at any one location on the castle grounds. I think we managed to avoid too many bites, I am glad they decided to move the ceremony inside, an outdoor ceremony would have resulted in a spike in After-Bite sales.
Although it was a short wedding for me, it was still great to see two people excited to be getting married, and I was glad to be a part of their day. Today the happy couple are getting on the road and driving to B.C.. Moving across the country and getting married in the same week is the ultimate new beginning, so I wish you guys the best of luck in your new life together, congratulations!!!