An essay by faculty member Caitlin Horrocks appears at AGNI Online:

Horrocks72Weddings are like dreams not in the sense of fairy tales, but in the sense of being strange, disjointed departures from daily life that you shouldn’t assume anyone else wants to hear about. But that never stops anybody. Mine happened a year ago, to a man I’d been living with for seven years, dating for eight and a half. We married in the dinosaur wing of the Pacific Science Center in Seattle, Washington. Instead of educational fossils, envision giant 1970s animatronics, rolling beady eyes and jabbing forelimbs, growls playing over hidden speakers. The dinosaur sounds weren’t muted for the ceremony, so our declarations of love were interrupted by pterodactyl shrieks.

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