|NWA fall of 1977|
MOBO -- Mother of boys only
MOG -- Mother of the groom
NGO -- Non-governmental organization (relief)
PEPO -- Panic early, panic often (motto)
Tencel -- A semi-synthetic form of rayon
FCO -- An alleged airport in Rome
CFA -- Compostable formal attire
NPR -- Pledge drive
TLT -- Think lovely thoughts (Mind over matter method for Darling children to achieve lift-off after Peter Pan blows the fairy dust on them)
NWA -- Newlywed apartment (SEE Macrame)
Imagine how very delighted my youngest son will be when I arrive at his destination wedding location with a roller bag full of plastic newspaper sleeves, then sit on a stoop weaving and braiding the bags into a stunning full-length formal gown appropriate for all MOG occasions.
We receive a minimum of four "newspaper sleeves" every library day, and most days several more. Hmmm. Perhaps macrame. Tying the knot...
I'm not suggesting the wedding guests remove and compost their formal attire right there at the reception. That would be bad on several levels. Thinking more about how to make extra space for souvenirs in my carry-on luggage for the return flight.
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