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My Two Wives

Double Indemnity

As it happens sometimes in my narrow life, a friend started me to think.  It was when she spoke of her wedding, her husband in his rented tux and she in her linen suit with dyed-to-match heels setting off on their road of life together many years ago – and some of the rocks that litter that very road.  It brought to mind weddings – two of them to be exact, both of them mine.

3 comments to My Two Wives

  • Very good! As usual, Mr. Lewis. You know, since it was legal and such, you were actually asked to officiate over my own wedding, my second, and last… and it took the first to get to the last…

    PS: I sort of miss “That’s how it seems to me” at the end of these stories.

  • D. Lewis

    James,
    That was you? Probably a good thing I wasn’t involved if success was the intended outcome, and it seems it was. 41 years in a couple of months for me and the coveted Laura. She’s a wonderful woman, but her judgement is a bit suspect…at least
    that’s how it seems to me.

    David

  • Phil Bartek

    Good work. Keep it flowing. 🙂

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