Where fairy tales usually end, in this dimension we call reality, is where the true adventure begins. And today marks the beginning of a new adventure for our PM and his bride-to-be. Walski, on behalf of the laborious gnomes and elves at myAsylum, wishes the First Couple the heartiest of congratulations.
The quicky-announced, quickly-done wedding also proves that there is no smoke without fire, as the rumor of this wedding had already been floating around for the past few months. Or where there's a will, there's plausible deniability.
Oh well, now that we've put that speculation to rest, let's get on with our lives, shall we?
Walski has, however, heard a number of people express relief that the PM was sensibly dignified enough to marry someone of Jeanne Abdullah's age, and not some nubile young thang, as some of his political contemporaries had done in the past.
The truth is that the two have known each other for quite some time, and the "history" of the couple is quite well-known - so, Walski won't repeat it here.
Now what Walski really wants to know is what pet name the media will adopt for her. Mak Lah, perhaps?
(more fairy tale endings, in the full post)
Well, whatever it may turn out to be, Walski, as he's sure the rest of Malaysia does, wishes the nation's first couple well.
Anyone that's been married for a while or has been in a long-term relationship will know that at the end of the day, it's all about companionship, and going through the passages of time with someone you care about. And living the rest of your life with someone you've already known (presumably quite well) makes it all the more easier to focus on the real things in life.
And real life is definitely no fairy tale.
That said, Walski does pray that the First Couple will have their Happily Ever After. Isn't that, after all, what every single one of us would wish for in our own relationships?
On that note, Walski, once again, wishes the couple well - Selamat Pengantin Baru.