|Sir Anthony Montague Browne|
On the one hand, who was actually his dad cannot undo or rewrite the upbringing of the Most Reverend Justin Welby, 60. On the other, what memories, what joys, what anguish must be rewritten in Welby's memory banks now that whisky salesman Gavin Welby
|Gavin, Jane and Justin Welby|
What does anyone do -- what can they do -- when the presumptions of a lifetime -- so easy, so assured, so concrete -- are thrown into a cocked hat? Suppose your dad were not your dad. Suppose your mom were not your mom. Would anything change? How could it help but change ... but change how? Unless I'm wrong, such revelations contain about equal parts of plain-as-salt and somehow-unsettling.
Bring out your weird-shit-o-meters.