I grew in Saskatoon, so it’s always a treat to get to travel back “home” to work, and visit friends and family. This particular trip was going to be extra special, since it was for my cousin’s wedding. I still see Jill as my little cousin, so to think of her getting married is a bit of a trip. Daryll is a great guy. He’s from England, but, since my wife is English, I can’t really fault him for it. Its been pretty cool watching Jill and Daryll’s relationship evolve and mature, even if I really only saw them once or twice a year at big family gatherings. The venue that they chose for their wedding, The Willows Golf and Country Club, is a fantastic venue with a gorgeous old red barn.
The groomsmen felt a little left out while I was working with the wedding couple, so they started imitating our poses.
Durring dinner, I happen to notice that the sky behind the head table was rapidly changing from a blue, to a glorious red prairie sunset. I pulled Jill and Daryll away from their meal, and we rushed out just in time to catch the last fading rays of colour.