A Tuesday Wedding

sunshine-2When you have a feature that relies upon you finding something to smile about, it’s amazing how much brighter the world becomes. You become the sort of person who is actively seeking to be happy.

Honestly, it’s a marvelous way to be.

But however many things that made me smile this week, none came close to what happened last Tuesday.

I attended a wedding.WP_20150818_17_09_52_Pro[1]

In the words of my co-workers: “Who gets married on a Tuesday?!”

Who indeed?

It was a very, very small wedding. Just three couples, two serving as witnesses to the other’s vows. I’d never attended a wedding so small, but honestly, I’d like to do it more often. It was absolutely charming. And although both were on the other side of 50, the bride had rosy cheeks and trembled, the groom looked nervous and very handsome.

Love has a way of doing that, doesn’t it? Despite our age, our experience or how many times we’ve been around the track, it offers us a chance to be young and foolish again.

Such a marvelous way to be. ❤

Author: C. J. Hartwell

Christi lives in Phoenix with Husband, Son, Daughter, and Dog. She enjoys moonlit walks on the beach, but as she doesn't live anywhere near a beach, she's usually in bed by 9:30.

3 thoughts on “A Tuesday Wedding”

  1. What a sweet story ☺ And I will agree with you, every Friday I examine all of the things that have made me smile this week so I can share it with you. There seems to be too many to narrow it down! I think the best was when my daughter and I used some chalk to graffiti a shed outside. Too much fun! Also, I nominated you for the Sunshine Blogger Award earlier this week. I don’t expect you to comply with the rules, I just wanted to bring more attention to your site and help to spread some smiles ☺ Have a fabulous weekend☺

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