I figure since I am back, I should give you people what you want!
We'll start from the beginning for those of you who need to catch up and we'll end right smack dab in the present!
And then it was time to get married! As the wedding week began the chance of rain was 40% for our wedding day... closer to the end of the week and the big day, the chance had gone up to 100%. That's right... 100%. Now, I live in South Louisiana and when they say 100% chance of rain, they mean it. It poured cats and dogs the night before during out rehearsal at the church, but then the skies cleared up just in time for our rehearsal dinner. God even sent a Wedding gift...
"A double rainbow! What does it all mean?"
I woke on our wedding day with the 100% chance looming, but something happened that fateful day in early May. Maybe everyone did just enough praying to keep the rain away, or maybe it just didn't rain in the 3 cities we hit throughout the day... but miraculously, we encountered zero rain on our wedding day. It was hot as all get out, but rain, it did not. That is what I like to call a good old fashioned miracle, folks! Amen!
Mr's Groom's cake fell apart en route to the venue, my shoes went missing for a hot minute, my Mom missed our first look because she was busy setting up, Mr's Mom had to have an emergency dental procedure that morning, my curls weren't cooperating because of the humidity, Mr's nephew was dehydrated and exhausted and slept through the entire reception, the single peonies on the tables were a little limp because the florist neglected to attach viles of water... but such is life.
All of the sudden, as if in a dream, we were married. It was not without it's snafus and close calls, but it was perfect in the end, because in the end I was his wife and he was my husband, and we are quite sure that is always what we were meant to be.