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Loving the things I never would have written

  In January of 2020 our oldest son met a lovely girl from Chile. She came to the states to visit after finishing high school, and they happened to be in the same place at the same time. She came to the house a few times and we sensed she was going to be around for a while, but didn't know exactly what that would look like. When the pandemic hit, she went back to Chile, and then the borders closed. They continued a long distance relationship.  On December 31, Tristan flew to Chile to meet Krishna's family. What was meant to be a 2-week trip turned into a 3 month stay where they became engaged. Because of uncertainties and unknowns about the immigration process they decided to go ahead and marry while Tristan was still there. Our passports were unfortunately expired, and we did not feel that asking them to delay marriage for us was what they needed. We encouraged them to go ahead and marry without us if that is what they desired to do.  On a Monday morning at 8:30am (6:30am our

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