While I’ve enjoyed many of the responses to Sammi’s week-end writing prompts, I’ve never participated. Trying to stretch my prompting wings, I’m flying with Sammi this weekend.
The herald sighed, stretched and surveyed his work. Marshalling Sir Joffery and Lady Vanedella’s coats of arms was a difficult task. “Not as problematic as that marriage will be,” he thought, smiling. “Never was a match more poorly made.”
To marshal two or more coats of arms is to combine them in one shield, to express inheritance, claims to property, or the occupation of an office, [or in certain circumstances, marriage]. wikipedia