Lilly’s Big Day in Curacao?
On our last evening in Curacao, an island in the Caribbean, the hotel we stayed at hosted a wedding expo. I’m not in the market for weddings, but it was interesting to see what they had to offer. Curacao is a beautiful place for a destination wedding, but I have to admit the wedding expo, which was staged outside, was not to my taste.
In this book, Lilly’s teacher is getting married, and Lilly is convinced that she is going to be the flower girl. Lilly practices every day, and when she finds out her teacher has chosen his niece, Ginger, to be the flower girl, Lilly is devastated. Mr. Slinger, being a kind and understanding teacher, tells Lilly she can be Ginger’s assistant. Lilly hopes something will happen so Ginger won’t be able to be the flower girl. To Lilly’s dismay, Ginger is ready and willing until it comes time to walk down the aisle. With a smile on her face and her head held high, Lilly saves the day by carrying Ginger down the aisle.
As I wandered around the expo, I could see Lilly slowly making her way down the aisle with the sound of the surf in the background.
I could see Lilly dancing around the colorful inflated shapes,
or finding the perfect diva style chair to let everyone know she is an amazing flower girl.
Whatever the case may be, I think Lilly should take a trip to Curacao and show them how to do a wedding “Lilly style.”