It was raining the day before and the day of the wedding. Of course, I was a nervous wreck about the rain. But we kept praying it would stop in time. We had a plan B, but the spot for the ceremony was just too perfect not to be able to use it. We did the finishing touches in the morning, in the rain. The flowers arrived, the tables and chairs got set up, and soon the Amelia Gray ladies arrived for makeup and hair. The ladies were sipping mimosas and listening to a playlist by the Matron of Honor to get ready. It was perfect, and exactly how I imagined spending time with my girls and mom before the wedding. But it was still raining. Then an hour and a half before guests were to arrive, it stopped. The sun was shining, and it seemed as if the rain never even came. Prayers were answered! I can remember the ceremony well. My dad was walking me down the aisle to Marry Me by Train, cracking jokes to make me laugh so I wouldn’t be nervous. Seeing Eric at the other end, smiling…

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