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Forevermore: The Wedding Diary Edition (part 19)

While weddings can be the best display of organized planning, it is also the most common victim of sudden changes in schedules, venues or details. It can be as fragile as breakable glass, especially when things shift from confirmed to tentative.

As a minister of the gospel, I should know this well enough by now. My calling as God’s servant takes full precedence over things, even as important as my wedding. That is why long before we got engaged, I already explained to Cess the gravity of the role that she will have to fulfill as a preacher’s wife. And I am so glad she has come in full terms with this.

Anyway, that elaborate introduction was simply to rationalize why I will have to cancel the supposed pre-nup photography on Saturday, to make way for my flight going to Tacloban, as I will be accompanying my senior pastor for our congregation’s anniversary there. Instead of having a novel time taking our pre-nup shots, we will simply have it in the comfort and convenience of our church’s presentable and first-class fellowship lounge. With the details and trappings a hotel, our fellowship lounge is perfect for taking still shots that typify a pre-nup shot. This means our shots will be mostly indoors.

We plan on having also post-nup photography to make up for these changes in schedules on the honeymoon vacation itself. I think this will give us more time to focus on other pertinent stuff that we still need to address.

As of this writing, Cess is right now with her mom over at the shop looking for embroidery materials and other cloth items needed for her gown and for her niece’s.

Well, that’s it for now guys. Just wanting to keep you updated with the latest on the preps for the Big W!


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