Nine years ago, two fine people from two fine families from two fine countries went to City Hall and got hitched.
Later that morning, they went to brunch with their families.
Later that afternoon, they took a nap.
Later that evening, their friends came by to celebrate.
Late that night, the barman at the Irish-American Heritage Center arrived with this glass.
Filled with whiskey at the time, it has since been filled with water, wine, orange juice and milk. It has been used to make up a quick vinaigrette, or as an ashtray for cigars. It has moved from cupboard to cupboard across the country.
In the cupboard, it has no match.
It isn’t part of any set.
It stands alone — one of a kind — just like the day on which it was given.