It was a Saturday, the day after “Good Friday” and the day before “Easter Sunday.” Richard Nixon was the President; Edward Heath was the UK Prime Minister. Raymond Burr starred in A Man Whose Name Was John, which aired the next day. High Plains Drifter, Solyent Green and Scarecrow were all playing in the theaters. Topping the charts: “Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Old Oak Tree” by Tony Orlando & Dawn; “Sing” by The Carpenters; “Stuck in the Middle with You” by Stealers Wheel; “Reeling in the Years” by Steely Dan; “My Love” by Paul McCartney & Wings. And speaking of “my love,” on April 21, 1973, a very beautiful lady (inside and out) became my wife. And here are some pics, 'cuz it did happen... She is a woman of sound mind and generally speaking good judgement, that one lapse of judgement in time notwithstanding. And that has been my good fortune for 48 years. We just got back from a camping trip, BTW. That's how we celebrated. As I get pictures off my phone and onto my laptop's hard drive, I'll post them, either in this or another thread. We will continue to celebrate tonight as I take her out to the restaurant we dined in on our honeymoon 48 years ago.