Hi, everybody, welcome to the wedding ceremony podcast. We talk about anything and everything that has to do with wedding ceremonies. This is episode number 324, recorded on Tuesday, July the 20th 2021. My name is Clint Hufft. And with me is a gentleman who just told me he's got something to share the one and only JP Reynolds.
JP Reynolds 0:24
Oh, Clint. I do.
Yes, you do. JP is an accomplished author. His books are in the Amazon store and in the Kindle store in Amazon. He is a communications expert. thebusinessofconfidence.com is that website, his wedding website is JPRweddings.com. Mine is ReverendClint.com or ClintHufft.com, for all of the things that I do. I did not have a wedding this past weekend. But you did. And you teased me. Right before we hit the record button. Oh, my gosh, I'm so excited. So hit it.
JP Reynolds 1:08
You know, first of all, here we are the next to the last podcast. And if there was one wedding that could sum up 324 podcasts, I think the wedding I'm about to tell you is the one to sum it all up.
Oh my gosh, let's end right there and let all the listeners just go nuts saying no. That's the cliffhanger of all cliffhangers.
JP Reynolds 1:42
Right, here it is. So it was 150 person wedding at a four or five star resort. The couple booked me six weeks ago. Even though they had been planning this wedding for quite some time, they had forgotten to get an officiant. And we had only one meeting. It was on zoom. And it was while they were driving in their car.
It didn't have the same gravity is most of those zoom meetings.
JP Reynolds 2:26
No. I said to them, I said, I feel like I'm James Corden with his carpool karaoke. And they love the image and they said they loved James Corden. So I had a carpool karaoke meeting with them for about 30-35 minutes. Um, sweet couple, fun couple. Whatever.
There's so many wonderful moments about this wedding. Okay, let's start with, in talking with the groom as an acknowledgment to his family, they’re Mexican Catholic, I had suggested that if his parents have a cord or I call it the lasso, that it would be lovely to have his parents draped them with the lasso and then I would give a blessing. They love that they do. I arrived at the venue I actually run into the parents by accident as we were walking to the actual ceremony site, had a lovely conversation explained how it was going to take place. They had the lasso that they used to their wedding 37 years ago.
JP Reynolds 3:59
I just said it's like so heartfelt. I'm so blah, blah blah to the event planner, blah blah blah. scope out the groom, right and get to the bride. She's in the bridal bedroom. Dressed beautiful. And I happen to notice that the now on the bed is the lasso that belong to the groom's parents and a second lasso.
And, Clint, which lasso do you think was prettier?
Which lasso would look better on the beautiful dress?
JP Reynolds 4:59
Which lasso would look good on instagram? 15 minutes before the start of the ceremony, the bride announced to the parents, I won't be using your lasso.
Oh my gosh.
JP Reynolds 5:16
Okay, so now we have good old fashioned drama. And the event planner is a planner that I’ve done a lot of work with. She just said to me, You need to talk to them.
You mean talk them into using the parents lasso?
Oh, well, well just talk to them in generic meaning anybody on the property who would listen to me to resolve this situation because you can't have people look, I mean, the groom's mother looked like my Irish grandmother, even though she was Mexican. And my Irish grandmother was one of the most miserable looking people I have ever met.
Oh my gosh, no.
JP Reynolds 6:05
Okay, this for me was not happy. Not happy. Anyway. To make a long story short, it was resolved and the bride agreed to use the lasso that belonged to the parents.
Oh, thank goodness.
Okay, but that's just the beginning of the wedding. I am preset Standing at the place the site and the Quartet is stringing away and crouched next to me is one of the photographers. Now this photographer is really hip and happening, kind of had a Eurotrash vibe about him. It was just you know, he was cool. Or, at least he thought he was cool. It's me standing there with him crouching next to me. The ceremony procession hasn't started yet. And suddenly, some man from the first row on the bride’s side out loud says, “you got here really early today!”. Now, I have no idea who he's talking to. Okay. He continues, he says, I saw you. I saw you in the hotel earlier. You took pictures of everybody in the hotel. He's talking to the photographer. Well, if we figured out he was talking to the photographer, and the guy was so flummoxed, he was so because it's like, we are seconds away from the start of the procession. And now you've got this guy who's in a loud voice half yelling thing. I saw you in the hotel taking photos and everybody today.
It's like what do you do with this?
It's just like so much for your Eurotrash Look, buddy. That's not really helping it now is it?
Now the procession starts and the groom looks really debonair white dinner jacket, and he gets to me and the eyes are brimming over with tears.
JP Reynolds 8:53
yeah. And I know I've got a crier on my hands. Right. And I love a man who cries. I just put me on episode 324. Let me reiterate. I don't think there's anything better, more beautiful, sexier than a man crying for reasons of joy. However, Did I ever tell you why my mother married my father?
That was one of the greatest, non sequiturs of all time. No, please tell me.
JP Reynolds 9:34
Okay, my mother one time out of the blue said to me. You know, I like a man who's a man. But not too much man. That's why I married your father. My brother and I have spent our entire lives figuring out what does it mean to be not too much man? So, I share this with you because hey, it's Episode 324. Let's share, all out there.
JP Reynolds 10:02
And also because I realized I like a man who's a crier, but not too much crier. And I'm thinking this guy may be a too much crier kind of kind of guy. But so now we get the groomsmen coming to the groom. They look you know how some groomsmen just look so good in a tux.
JP Reynolds 10:25
I mean, this group is this squad. They looked like they were MI6 agents. They were distractingly handsome. Then the bridesmaids process and they are distractingly beautiful. They are in dresses that's like it's just that just kind of rock this venue. I mean, these people are serious. I mean, there's no messing around.
Bride comes. And so we we do our thing. And now it's time for the Vows. Now I had said to them, you must write out your vows. I said, Please write out your vows. So the groom begins. And he says the bride's name, and then just chokes.
Was that the first word out of his mouth was her name?
JP Reynolds 11:34
First words out of his mouth was, let's say Mary, and he just chokes and he puts his head down, his hand up to his forehead and it's just, it's like, oh, yeah, man. People are going to put an extra $50 into the envelope. This is what they want. This is, let it go. Right? So he composes himself and he begins and few sentences in he choked. Okay.
And suddenly one of the groomsmen runs up, slaps him on the butt and says, you can do this bro. Back to his place. So it's like it's cute. Whenever he continues, right? Few sentences, he chokes. Suddenly, another groomsmen runs up and slaps him on the butt. You got this, man, you got this. Well, the upshot of it all is, how did the vows proceed? It was four sentences choke, butt slap. Now, first of all, I'd be curious to know. I mean, have you ever done a ceremony with butt slapping?
No, I have not.
JP Reynolds 12:59
I thought you were gonna say that. All right. And, I'm standing. And I'm thinking, I know for a fact that several of our listeners have in the recent months, written beautiful articles on like, ways to personalize handfasting. And I'm thinking, I should be writing an article on 10 ways to personalize butt slapping in your ceremony.
This is like I’m thinking, where did this come from? And I'm thinking, do I need my buddies to weep butt slap? I don't think I really answered like you and me when we meet at a networking event. We don't like slap each other's butt.
Doesn't mean I haven't had the impulse. But no, we never have.
JP Reynolds 13:46
I got it. So now now it gets to a point in the vows where his hand drops. That's holding the vows and he just looks get ready for this one. He looks and he says babe. Ah, shite. I love you. That's all I can say. Now he did not say the word shite. He's just a real word.
It's like could we do an instant replay? Did you just say what I think you just said? He holds up the vows. “These are just words. These are words. What do they mean? They mean nothing because what that means is I love you babe.” I'm thinking if you do not get back to script, I will slap you and it won't be on the butt.
So then I'm worried because I'm thinking, Okay, she's gonna cry. And are her bridesmaids gonna start running up and slapping her?
That would be awesome.
Because at this point, I don't know what's happening. I mean, anything can happen. So all right, we move on, they put the lasso on at the end. that all is what the now you may kiss, all right? So sets out like that, okay?
And I'm thinking, Oh, I'm thinking I can't wait to talk with you.
And then I find the groom to congratulate him. And he looks at me. And he comes over and he gives me a hug. And he's crying. And suddenly he lays his head on my chest and says, How did you do with JP? How did you do it?
I'm thinking, I wonder if a groom ever laid his head on Clint’s chest?
I am thinking, Okay, dude. It's like you're married. It's over between us. What we had is done. It's like, Well, how do I do it? Yeah, and it's good question. How do I do it since I only spent 35 minutes with you in the car to put this ceremony together.
But now, okay. There's, it's like sweet, laughing, if only Clint Were here to take a picture posted on Instagram, blah, blah, blah.
All right now I think done. All you need is to get the best man to sign the license. I’m saying goodbye to the event planner, said goodbye to the bride. Now I'm looking for the best man. I can't find him. Of course. Eventually, I find him back at the ceremony site. And pictures, the groom is taking pictures with his squad and get the best man to sign and the groom says to me, JP, could you stick around for a moment? I gotta ask a question. And I'm thinking, even though you say yes, the asking question thinking, Well, since he's wondering how I did it, maybe he wants to tip me, you know? Sure. Let me be practical here. So stick around. And then it's like, I realized that I'm just gonna be held captive here for hours. So I said, Bro, I gotta like, bro, bro, I gotta go. I listen, come here, come here, and he walks walks me off to the side. He says, what do you do when somebody doesn't talk to you?
Oh, no, he wanted counseling. Yes. At that moment, yes.
JP Reynolds 18:10
I said, What do you mean? He says, Well, I don't know what I did. But somebody is mad at me and they won't talk to me. I said, Who is it? He says it's somebody. And I'm thinking, Okay, you know, it's just not the time, man. We just can't, it's just. I said, Look, there's something you need to understand. I said, this is a beautiful wedding. And I know that you are spending a lot of money on this wedding. I said, and so what you have to understand is, no happy occasion is happy until someone is miserable.
You said that?
Yes. So the fact that somebody is miserable right now and not talking to you, that's a sign that this is a good wedding. This is a sign that things are going according to plan. I say respond to that. And I said, is it you just have a fabulous time. And you don't worry about that person because they really deep down are happy. And the only reason why they're not talking to you is because they love you. Okay, there folks, is all of the wisdom that we can distill in 324 episodes.
So when we say at the beginning and at the the end of every single episode that you are a communications expert. This is proof the proof is in the pudding. This is why we call JP a communications expert. No happy occasion is truly happy until someone is miserable.
JP Reynolds 20:08
You know, what could you say in that moment? There was no way to have a meaningful conversation. And it was basically I said, don't let anybody ruin your joy today.
JP Reynolds 20:23
I mean, that is what I also said.
Did you get a feeling that…
I got a lot of feelings.
Did the idea pop into your head that it could have been either the bride or his parents?
JP Reynolds 20:40
Yes, but the parents gave a very warm embrace to the bride when they put lasso over her. Mm hmm. And the bride seem to respond. So I eliminated them as suspects.
Okay. All right, very good.
JP Reynolds 21:03
Now, there was a reading, the reader had not been told that he was going to do a reading. And so when I approached him, and asked if he needed my copy, he said that he didn't know he was doing a reading and he didn't feel comfortable doing your reading without proper preparation. So another friend was recruited 15 minutes before the ceremony started to do a reading. Now I would I would have the initial reader as a person of interest.
Wait, what does that mean?
Well, that reader was upset that he hadn't been told ahead of time. Oh, that he was going to do the reading. Okay. And that might be grounds for not talking.
Right. Okay. Maybe?
JP Reynolds 22:09
Yeah. You know, in order to have grounds for not talking you don't need a crucial reason. As a matter of fact, the flimsier The reason for not talking, the better.
Really, that works the best?
JP Reynolds 22:25
Yeah, like, You raised your eyebrow at me. Why?
That's it. No more for you.
JP Reynolds 22:36
You know, we forget, I think you and I forget that we've done so many of these things that, well, let me speak for myself, there's just an air of anything could happen. And we're just going to kind of figure it out as we go, right. It's kind of like, you just kind of roll with the punches and you figure things out, and somehow you get to the end of the ceremony and hopefully everybody's happy. But the other people this is like life or death. I think I told you about the guy that was suffering from anxiety. I mean, such anxiety that he had flopsweat and so whatever responsibility he had in the ceremony was immediately taken from him. And same type of deal. Well, who can we get to do that thing? Well, let's get Bob. Okay. Hey, Bob. Right, all that kind of stuff. And, for me, it was just kind of this is cool. That's all right. Well, so now Bob's doing it. I don't care. Right. Right. Refer other people. It's just like, Oh, my gosh, it's so serious.
JP Reynolds 23:30
Right. Right. Right. No, I think that it is a form of improv. You know, once you as an officiant once your feet step onto the property. Anything Goes? Anything's possible. You have entered in the escape room.
The wedding ceremony escape room.
JP Reynolds 24:01
Which I do want to create.
Absolutely. Oh my gosh, that's our new business.
JP Reynolds 24:08
Yes, right. Right. Right. Right. Right. Right.
The curio shop is shutting down.The escape room. Look for it. I love it. The next to last episode, we have come up with a nugget that is awesome. The wedding ceremony escape room. Oh my gosh. That's so good.
JP Reynolds 24:33
All right, Clint.
I have to be really careful who I raise my eyebrows now from now on.
JP Reynolds 24:38
I'll wait until the next networking event Clint.
All right, everybody. We have one episode left of the wedding ceremony podcast. You can listen to all of our episodes on our website wedding ceremony, podcast calm, they're archived chronologically, and it's gonna be there for Long time Don't worry, just because we stopped recording doesn't mean those things are going anywhere. Wedding ceremony, podcast calm, the most recent one is always at the top. We have also been putting transcripts on that website. In case I don't know if you want to if you're curious about that, that also is where you can reach out to us. And thank you to everybody the the outpouring of affection and and it's just been really, really moving to JP and I to the people that have well given us their opinion on why we're ending the wedding ceremony podcast, there's a little button, it's actually kind of a big yellow button. It says email us and reach out tell us a story or whatever you want to do. You can also listen to all of the episodes in the apple podcast store wedding ceremony podcast, and that also is where you can leave a review if you would like to that'd be fantastic. Remember JP is an accomplished author. His books are in the Amazon store and in the Kindle store in Amazon. He is a communications expert. thebusinessofconfidence.com is that website, his wedding website is JPRweddings.com. Mine is ReverendClint.com or ClintHufft.com, for all of the things that I do. That’s it for this episode of the Wedding Ceremony Podcast. This is Clint and on behalf of JP, we will see you next time.
Hi everybody, welcome to the wedding ceremony podcast. We talk about anything and everything that has to do with wedding ceremonies. This is episode number 322, recorded on Tuesday, July the sixth 2021. My name is Clint Hufft. And with me is a gentleman that I'm not sure he realized it was already July, the one and only JP Reynolds.
JP Reynolds 0:23
Is that a yowza Hello or I knew it was July yowza?
Where's the time gone?
JP is an accomplished author. His books are in the Amazon store and in the Kindle store in Amazon. He is a communications expert. thebusinessofconfidence.com is that website, his wedding website is JPRweddings.com. Mine is ReverendClint.com or ClintHufft.com, for all of the things that I do. JP, in the last episode, remember, I told you that I got a ceremony at the last second. And I was going to do somebody else's ceremony. Remember that?
Okay. Well, that happened. And it was lovely. And the couple was lovely. And it all worked out great. But I came away realizing that I love drugs for dogs.
JP Reynolds 1:29
Okay, if someone had offered me a million dollars, and said, guess what Clint was gonna say? I I'd be a man without a million dollars right now. I did not see that coming.
And truth be told the minute that I realized what was happening. I said to myself, JP, I've got a good one. Okay, so here's the deal. This couple had a little dog. We’re of a certain generation. Remember the movie Benji? Can you picture a dog when I say Benji?
JP Reynolds 2:04
That’s your generation. Yeah, I don't remember that. Okay, that's fine.
Anyway, okay. Most people when I say the word, Benji, they can picture a dog. And if they're younger generation, just google Benji, the movie, and you'll see what I'm talking about. Okay, it's that kind of dog. And cute dog. Very cute dog. And normally, well, let's just say this particular dog was fired up. And, from the moment that I walked into the space, and it was a beautiful space, there was an upstairs and a downstairs, almost like, because it's in a canyon, It's almost like a cabin. It had that feel to it. The ceremony was outside on this wonderful deck. And okay, so this dog is barking at everything, not attacking anybody just agitated. Kind of hyped up. And, the first thing when I get a moment with a couple I said, and we talked about this when we zoomed when I first met them, I said Plan B, and they Yeah, we have that, we have my brother and if the dog is barking a lot, he's going to take them away. I said, Great. And I think that that's what's going to happen because this dog doesn't really calm down. Anytime somebody walks into the space, into the prep area, or I guess it was essentially the bridal suite, but it really was the whole upper floor. The dog is barking just barking barking, barking, barking, barking. And so in my head, I'm thinking this dog is going to be lucky if it even makes it anywhere close to the ceremony because it's just going to keep barking.
Then when it's time to start, and everybody is going downstairs except for the bride and groom. There was no wedding party. So last second prep and that kind of stuff. And the dog is there. And there was somebody else in this area. And she calls for her friend and said, Okay, let's do it now, not knowing what that means.
The friend brought over these two little packets almost like oh, fast food condiments. And what are these? Drugs for the dog. I saw really well. And right in front of me. All he did was he opened up the packet, like pealed it all the way back. And inside was this little brown kind of, like a condiment consistency. Yeah. And I said, Have you tried this before? Yeah, we did it last night. I said how’d it go? She said, well. It really kind of mellow him out a little bit.
They brought two of Those. I don't know what the actual portion is supposed to be for the dog, but they had two of them. And the dog smelled it, liked it and licked it all up. They opened up a second one, same thing, the dog consumes all of the paste, so to speak. And I'm thinking, this is awesome. Because I have no idea what's about to happen. I just don't know, I don't know, if the dog is just gonna all of a sudden go to sleep. I have no idea.
Here's the key thing. They wanted the dog to be the ring bearer.
Ah, no. We had already talked about the real rings. No, no, no, no, of course not. I immediately gave strong suggestions. You don't want to put the real rings on the dog. Because when I zoomed with them, they said, yeah, we were thinking of putting like a little pouch. And I said, Well, here's the thing. And I just kind of said, it could go south in a hurry.
What you want to do with your dog, obviously, you love the dog, the dog is kind of like your child, I get it. And you want to tell the story of how important the dog is, by having the dog present the rings. I said, that's great, you can tell that story, let the dog come up the aisle, tell that story. Let me have the rings. And they thought that was a good idea. Which of course in my mind made them better than a lot of couples, they were thinking rationally. Okay, great.
And so they had the person who was holding the dog, managing the dog. First of all, when the ceremony started, he was in the back row, holding the dog, the dog didn't make a sound. And I only thought of it for just a half a second. And then I went on with my business and was distracted with the actual doing of the ceremony, then it was time for the rings. And I said we have a special ring bearer. And the guy put the dog down in the back of the aisle and then the couple calls for the dog, the dog comes up the aisle, comes right to them, doesn't jump up, just happy to see them. They say great. And then the dog just, cuz it's a big deck, right? So the dog just kind of wanders off to look over the edge of the deck. And I just said to the guests, I said, “and this is the traditional ring bearer walk”. And everybody laughed. And then he just kind of lay down. He didn't go to sleep. He was just there hanging out.
JP Reynolds 7:26
Who had the rings, the best man?
No, me. There was no best man. Oh, yeah, there was no best man. I said Who would you like to present the rings? Or would you like me to hold them? And they just said, Well, why don't you just hold them? Okay, great. I know that you like to have somebody present the rings. I just kind of went with whatever I thought was going to be the most functional considering that it was such a last second deal.
JP Reynolds 7:51
Oh, that's fine Clint, that you did what you wanted to do.
Well, thank you, JP. I needed that validation. Thank you very much. So, that's when I became a huge devotee of drugs for dogs. Because it worked out.
JP Reynolds 8:12
Oh, okay. So you know, I think you might at this point in time, have some idea of how my mind works. So my mind is in such overdrive right now. I can't even begin to respond to this story. This is like candy to a diabetic. I’m going into a coma here. This is such a great plot line for a Hallmark movie, where, the drugs are accidentally left left on the table. And the mother in law or the father in law thinks they're candy, or breath mints. And takes them. I never heard of this. I love it. And I think most of the people in the wedding party should be doing drugs before it starts. Absolutely. I love this idea. I love this idea. I was not allowed to have pets growing up. I am sure I've said that before and so I'm not comfortable around active animals of any kind. And I just love I think it's pre eminently sensible.
So you would be the person. You know the story that a typical plot line in a movie where if a burglar wants to get into a house but the house has a dog that the burglar will throw over a piece of meat that's been laced with some kind of tranquilizer, right? You would be the person that would pass out the the laced candies to the wedding party.
JP Reynolds 10:06
Anything to go viral.
Oh, my goodness.
JP Reynolds 10:15
That's why I always say to folks, they'll say to me, Oh, you've seen everything. And I'll just say as you do, I'm sure. I have seen a lot. But I have not seen it all.
My response is, Well, apparently not. Because every podcast, we've got something to talk about.
The other thing that was interesting was, while I was waiting, once take care of your business, then you're just kind of hanging out. So it was a little bit warm outside. So air conditioning is one of the greatest gifts that somebody has ever given to humanity. And I'm in the what was going to be the dance room with the tables and that kind of stuff. And just hanging out, but that also was where they brought the cake. And the mother of the bride was the event planner.
So the cake is brought in, not by the bakery, people. It came all the way from Orange County. Those of you not familiar with Southern California, that's like 50 miles away. Wow. And they entrusted some regular person to drive the cake up. Oh, right. And fortunately, the only thing that went awry was the cake, just rubbed a little bit against the side of the box. And so there was one little part that all you have to do is turn the cake around to the back. But anyway, they were going to put the cake on slices of wood. So imagine slices of a tree, like, what do they call those? Like, if you were take a log, and slice it like slicing a salami, right? So you have slices of a tree with the bark on the outside, you get what I'm talking about? Yeah, they had three of those stacked on top of each other. Not secured. I saw them, they could slide on top of each other. That's what they put the cake on. And, the bride and groom are in the room when the cake is placed on what is essentially the cake platform. And I said to the groom, just be mindful that when you go to slice the cake, it could slide around. So just be really firm with one hand and hold it in place. Because as you can see those discs, they're not slippery, but then again, they're not sticky. And so and I just thought that was assembled by somebody who's never dealt with a wedding cake before. You know what I mean? Right? Right. Because that whole mantra of what could possibly go wrong. I'm telling you, we that we should give those t shirts away for free.
JP Reynolds 13:12
Oh, no. No, no, it's not for free. Nothing's for free.
No, not not in our in our curio shop.
JP Reynolds 13:25
Oh, I love it. I love it. Well, speaking of the curio shop,
JP Reynolds 13:34
Clint as you know, the curio shop is closing down.
Yes, it is.
And so this is very difficult to say, to talk about, however, talk about it we must.
When you and I sat in the corner of that hotel down in Orange County, I just remember it was a roll off into the corner by ourselves. Talking and throwing ideas around about how we could collaborate, we both came up with this idea of the podcast and it was really in the tradition of Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland. You can be Mickey, I'll be Judy. It was Hey gang. Let's throw on a play in the barn.
I had no idea what to expect and what was going to happen and I really did not anticipate that We would be talking for as long as we have. And that our conversations would be as wonderful and as rich and as wackadoo as they have proven to be over these many years.
However, as the cliche goes, all good things must come to an end. And I am at a juncture in my life right now where I need to devote more focus time to other endeavors and undertakings and commitments.
And so for those of you who are listening, what I am saying on behalf of Clint and myself is that this month of July is going to be our last month for the wedding ceremony podcast as you have known it. And I'll just pause for a moment, you can jump in.
Well, yeah, you and I talked about this a couple of weeks ago, and I've been going over and over in my mind, what should happen next? I've handled from the very beginning, I've handled all the technical responsibilities. And, we've had guests on, certain weeks where you had other things that you had to take care of, and I've made the decision that when we get to the final episode, it will be the final episode, and we'll kind of put a little bow on the wedding ceremony podcast.
And it wasn't that difficult of a decision to make. And there were obviously a lot of options available to me. And in terms of how would I proceed? What would I do? But quite honestly, and I've thought this from the very beginning. There's just nothing that can replicate what you and I have. I’m me, you're you. You're definitely you.
You’re definitely you.
I am, however, dot dot dot. And so, I just think that, we go out on top, so to speak, and, that's just the way it's gonna work.
So as of right now, we have three more episodes remaining. And I guess now would be the appropriate time to welcome everybody to our website, where you can click on the “email us” button. And if there's any episode, or anything that we've talked about, over the last 321 episodes, that really stick in your mind, and you would like us to revisit that as a way to pay, I don't know, homage seems like a bit stuffed shirt for us. But anyway, if there's anything that you would like us to celebrate in regards to something that really stuck with you, as a listener of the wedding ceremony podcast, we would really love to hear from you. Go to weddingceremonypodcast.com and click on the “email us” button, I check it every single day. You've been great to us as an audience and we love the back and forth and everything that has transpired. So yeah, we expect to have a big party in three weeks. JP.
JP Reynolds 19:06
Wait, what did you say? Oh, what can I say? Yes, yes. Great. All right.
I mean, in the meantime, the business goes on and we have more stories to tell. I guarantee.
JP Reynolds 19:27
More weddings to officiate.
Yeah, that's right. This is not the end of our stories. So we have a lot to look forward to. Alright, that's it for this episode. We invite you to share the Word. Obviously on our website. We also have all of our episodes archived right there. They're chronological, the most recent one is at the top, spread the word let everybody know. And the thing that I like about it, JP is that we have created content that is evergreen. Just because we're going to stop recording doesn't mean the podcast is going anywhere. All of our episodes are going to live there as long as the apple podcast store is around, which I think is going to be a really long time. So you can also subscribe if you go to the Apple podcast store and look up wedding ceremony podcast, you can subscribe. Now I realize that after three weeks, we're not going to be posting new episodes, but at least you'll have all of the content available to you. And you can listen in any sequence you want. And I'm going to keep our email up and I'll continue to check it every now and then. We also want to thank the incredible musicians that have played our theme music from the very very beginning, the dacapoplayers.com. That's it for this episode of the wedding ceremony podcast. This is Clint and on behalf of JP We will see you next time.