Life is full of surprises and no one expected the changes that we've had to adjust to.  One of the things that have really been affected are gatherings like weddings and funerals.


I'm sure there were many couples that had been planning, long before these current covid-19 restrictions, on a wedding.  You know, a church full of friends and family followed by  a wild party of a reception.

Most churches I've heard of have been limiting wedding guest to 10 people.  That hardly covers most families, let alone friends.  Some have gone the postponement route or just sucked it up and had a very small wedding.

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One thing that isn't planned, for the most part, is a death in the family.  What do you do?  People I know have just gone the "There will be a memorial service and/or celebration of life at a more appropriate time".  Hardly an ideal situation.


Let's not forget that favorite summer activity, a fun filled family reunion (sarcasm).  Well, I guess we'll just have to put that off til another time.

Maybe, when things loosen up, we could combine all the postponed activities and have them all at the same time. You know, like a big "wedreuneral".  Killing 3 birds with one stone.

Have you had to put any important plans on hold due the current situation?



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