Wedding Song for the Bride and Groom

August 24, 2012 at 9:59 pm Leave a comment

Our family celebrates another wedding very soon. I am reminded of the day my husband and I were married. Although our wedding was in September, we had much the same weather as we’re experiencing now, warm days, sunny skies and the trees and lawns green with many flowering plants.

While the bride and groom have selected their music, I offer this video in recognition of their vows to each other and in celebration of their special day. This song, with lines from scripture, was on the hit parade at the time, 39 years ago, and it played on the radio the morning of the wedding as we prepared ourselves for the day. My cousin Sharon was our soloist and sang it well.

And so, for Adrienne and Tyler, a tribute to your upcoming day:


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