The Wedding Crisis That Bonded Us

I’ve got this amazing friend who I’ve known since we were ten. When we were young we did everything together, we were practically inseparable. Then as we grew up, we grew apart a little, well for a few years at least, the years when puberty hit and girls were all we thought about for some time and the competition was fierce in this small French town of ours, 200 miles from Paris.  Then one day a strange sad thing happened. One of our greatest loves died, a friend we knew from childhood as well, Cherisel… She was only 16, so beautiful and kind, we both dated her once, but not at the same time. Her death was so sudden so tragic and real, it was the one thing that brought us back together, the one thing that united us again, my childhoodfreind and I, we realised at once that one day, we were also going to die. As sad as it seems and as soad as it sound snad no disrespect to Charise or her family or feiends but it was though her sad passing that our lives began. Check this link http://www.leuaina.co.nz/  if you are looking for perfect honeymoon resort.

Everyghing became more and deeper and true after she had passed because then we knew, that every dayis a gift to be lived to the fullest and here I am now about to be married I’m madly looking around for some dj equipment to hire so that we can play our own funky tunes and the music that we like. I don’t want any old DJ or band playing songs that have no soul, I want all our favourite tracks recorded so everything goes smoothly and the only thing we have to concentrate on is enjoying ourselves. My childhood friend Jacques who is once again as close to me as ever especially with all our memories shared over all these years gone by, he is going to be my best man, how cool is that?  I get married in a month and we still need so many wedding services, I’ve given that job to him because I know he can be trusted, plus his wife simone is on his case, watching him intensely so he doesn’t stuff up. I think she remembers her own wedding venues Samoa which wasn’t so great and is now pushing him strong so our’s isn’t the same kind of mistake. Don’t get me wrong, their wedding was beautiful but the hail rained down and the marquees were runined, the food got wet and soggy and the guests got wet too, there was no undercover retreat which was a faux pas and at the end of the day, we all ended up at the local pub which wasn’t so far away and to be honest the acoustics were better, the room was warmer and even tho it wasn’t what we dreamt of, it was still the wedding we remember, the one that bound us together. Sophia and I.

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