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Wow. Just wow.And blessings and mazel tov to them, to your sibling(s?), and to you.
Congratulations to your parents!
Wonderful! Blessings to you all.
Ken, just one sibling, my brother Dennis, who is ~10 years older than I. He's the Rome and Istanbul one. (He lives in Rome but his partner is Turkish and she is based in Istanbul. So he is there a lot and as you may have seen from some of his writing which I have posted, he's now doing some work there too.) He has two sons (Portugal and Italy), both partnered, and one of them has two children, a boy and a girl, so my parents have grandchildren and great-grandchildren -- plus a host of nephews and nieces and grand-nephews and -nieces and a lot of people my mother especially has informally adopted over the years. We are a very close family despite (or because of? ;-)) the geographical distance and we're very blessed, especially since we all know life is short and our parents are getting old. So every day is a gift.
Many blessings to your parents on this day and the years ahead!
Bless them and their union!!
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