Marriage is Special

Somewhere out in this wonderful world

I stumbled upon this video last night just when I was thinking about what to post today. For those of you who know my story, you will understand why this is so dear to me. For those of you who aren’t aware you can check out my story.

But even if you are lucky enough not to have had cancer touch your life in some way you are blessed but I know this video will still touch you.


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I think this says something about how special Marriage is.  This young woman knew she wouldn’t be around long, she knew it wouldn’t be her ‘dream’ wedding. But she still wanted the day, the Love, the I Do!

The heart of the young man who married her knowing full well that it would be a short and painful marriage is amazing. Then again he was dating her while she went through all of this so we already know that.

 Back in my world

This weekend I also got the chance to see my dad speak on marriage at a local Church. My parents were there all weekend doing a retreat for them, and then wrapped it up with is lesson on Sunday. It was fun to hear him speak but one thing I found very interesting was his talk about How marriage is both Harmony and Unison. I think these two showed that unison part very well they both went into the marriage with the same short expectations  but they still wanted to ‘make music.’

For more on Unison and Harmony come back on Thursday for my “Thoughts on Thursday” post.

 

 

 

One thought on “Marriage is Special

  1. Thanks for sharing such a beautiful video. I couldn’t stop crying why watching it.

    I’ve been thinking a lot about marriage lately too. A lot of it has to do with the fact that my sister and brother-in-law are going through a really tough time because of his ALS. It’s a very difficult situation they are facing and I am really hoping that things work out for them because I know they love each other very much.

    Both Jason and I have been lucky that neither of us have any life threatening disease but we still treasure each and every day that we have together. Seeing my sister and her husband and knowing your story, I’ve come to the conclusion that you can never tell what life will throw your way so you really have to treasure every moment you have in your marriage so that you don’t have any regrets if something does happen and your time together becomes limited. I’m not sure if that makes any sense since I’m still thinking about it 🙂

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