Day 7: Your dream wedding:
Well, seeing as how I'm married, I'm a little past the dream wedding point? Right?
I'm going to make some of you throw-up-a-little-in-your-mouth
I got my dream husband.
We woke up one day and decided to go get married.
So we did!
The only thing I think I would change is that more family would have been able to celebrate with us after the fact. J's aunt, grandmother, and mother whipped us up a great "reception" with literally that day's notice. We got married at 4pm and were back and partying with family by 5.
It was great. We had a great time. I just wish more family would have been there, but we know/knew we had/have their support.
That's part of the spread, it was great!
My darling husband shoved the largest piece of cake in my mouth! LOL.
It was ridiculous!
Proof we had fun:
|My "veil" and bouquet...and my angelic face|
When you marry the man of your dreams, the man that makes you believe in fairy tale love, the man that will sacrifice anything to give you the best future he can...That there folks, is the dream, not the wedding.
Speaking of the man that will sacrifice anything to provide for me, ya'll know if you've been a reader for a while, that J left in July to go to the Army. Well, he wound up having a severe medical issue and is being sent home. We are beyond blessed that the problem was found this way, and not while he was deployed with medical help hours or days away.
I get to pick him up tomorrow, I'm beyond psyched to see my husband for the first time in 6ish weeks. I'm ready to get him to doctors and get him to specialists to get him healthy.
It is a cardiac issue, and it will keep him from a military career, but he has amazing support and we will get him through this. He's in great spirits. So, I ask for prayers for my dear J. The Lord has blessed us this far, and I know He will continue.