"I just don't know if I should tell him or not." Todd was excited about the official news he'd received. He could now officiate weddings. It wasn't like he'd become some sort of minister, but perhaps an alternative for those needing someone for such occasion.
It was a bit of a long story how it all came about. Honestly, it had nothing to do with Ezra and Sarah getting married.
He'd done it out of the coaxing of a long time employer, Todd worked for, ages ago at the downtown salon. Back when when he was basically a shampoo boy. Naturally, Todd had never been all that quick when it came to career moves, and yet, it was like little awakenings.
It seemed the old queen needed some one to marry him. If it went as planned, Todd would have a weekend job a couple of times of month, thanks to the old guys connections who seemed to know everyone. Only it would be across the bridge in Iowa. Preferably gay weddings at one of the casino hotels. Still Todd could officiate hetro weddings right here.
Even Lucy thought they could create some wedding bliss in their little shop. Make it a bit nostalgic. She'd do the photography in. It was still in the planning stages.
"You, should. It would be perfect." Lucy begged to differ. "Sarah would love it. I know she would." Lucy was already wearing one of the white silk wedding slip dresses she'd mended. It was very twenties style. She was also wearing white ankle boots that buttoned on the sides. It was oh so romantic, and Todd was glad Lucy was inspired. She'd found him an old tuxedo with tails on one of her hunts, to help Todd along with his 'act' as she called it.
He still wasn't sure he was up for a top hat. He'd feel more like the artful dodger.
"But it wouldn't be a church wedding, now would it?" Todd went back to his laptop looking over all the information he hoped he could remember and present as well when asked on accasion.
"Well, they were going to the courthouse, anyway." She sighed as she grabbed her cell and direct dialed Sarah. Lucy would take care of it, if Todd didn't.