The King of Rock Helped Marry Mommy and Daddy?
Today, my Mama said, is Mama and Daddy’s wedding anniversary. She explained that weddings are when two people decide to join into one life together and to kind of become one person. They seem like two people to me, but they sure are together a lot, so maybe they are kind of like one instead of two.
I didn’t completely understand, but I think she said something about it being a bond together kind of like strong glue. I know what glue is because my sisters use it, and so from what I understand, now she’s stuck to Daddy. I hope it’s that really, really strong kind of glue that Daddy won’t let my sisters use that he calls “Superglue.” He says that stuff sticks stuff together so much that it is hard to separate once it makes things come together, and that’s how I like seeing my Mommy and Daddy.
She said that a lot of people choose to have a big group of people come when they get glued together, but Mommy and Daddy went far away to a place called Las Vegas. Las Vegas, she explained, is a place where everything is lit up and is bright and flashy, where there are fires that shoot into the air, and there is a giant fountain that shoots water way up into the air along with music. From what she said, I want to go to Las Vegas. I think I would like that fountain.
She also told me that there are a lot of people that look pretty much the same all called “Elvis.” She said that he was a real man who was a king of rock, but that he left the Earth a long time ago. Now, she said, there are a lot of people pretending to be Elvis, and one of them helped to marry Mommy and Daddy at Graceland Wedding Chapel. She said it was kind of like a little party just for them and Elvis. I wish that I had been there, but Mama said that was before I was on the Earth. She promised that they would go back to have Elvis re-glue them, and that one day, I would get to go too. I think that Mama and Daddy made a good decision, especially because that means that now there’s me, and as Mama tells me, that’s one of the best decisions they have ever, ever made.