Never Too Early For Wedding Vows
I believe in paying attention to “signs” and this week I’ve been hearing about wedding vows everywhere I go.
We just returned from Dallas where we attended the wedding of our niece Sarah and her beloved, Mark. It was a beautiful garden affair, at sunset, with a brass quartet and a very enthusiastic, loving and gracious minister.
The bride was stunning, the groom beaming, and one of the highlights of the ceremony for me was a recital of Sarah’s all-time favorite Dr. Seuss poem that expressed the depth and the whimsy of the happy couple:
I will love you in the park, and I will love you in the dark.
I will love you through good or bad,
When you’re happy and when your sad.
I will love you when you’re rich or when you’re poor and in a ditch
And I will have and I will hold,
Ten years from now a thousand fold.
And now we’re here at this new start,
So I’ll start by loving you with my whole heart.
For those of you in serious love manifestation process, it’s always a good idea to begin creating some ideas of what your wedding day will include. What music do you want to dance to? What will the cake taste like? Is it a daytime or nighttime affair?
And, while I’m not certain you should be buying the dress or tux this early, I do believe it’s helpful to the manifestation process to “feel” what you will be feeling like on your wedding day with all the attendant tastes, sights, sounds, textures, etc.
Are you willing to make this a part of your “living as if” component?
Where did the beautiful poem by Dr. Seuss come from? I have googled and googled to no avail. Thanks for your time & for including this lovely poem…Cindy Hunt