The wedding photo of my son Elek. He married in the middle of the 1970s. My wife Mazal was pregnant with him when we left Palestine in 1948 and Elek was born already here in Budapest. We wanted to call him Alex, but the birth registry office refused to register this name. This is how he became Elek. He graduated from a vocational secondary school of engineering and then worked as a skilled worker. Later he became works manager. In the 1990s, he set up his own small pasta making factory with his wife. They have two daughters. Both of them work already.