When the lights went out at our wedding reception, the excitement was palpable.
The reception was filled with so much anticipation, it was almost overwhelming.
Our family was in a bind.
We had never met, and we were all very excited to be there, but this is the first time in our lives that we were officially invited to a wedding.
The excitement was building.
I was nervous, but the more excited I got, the more nervous I became.
The anticipation started building again.
Finally, I was ready.
As soon as the reception was over, my parents and I sat down and started talking.
We talked about all the different ways we could celebrate our wedding.
We shared our plans for dinner.
We asked each other how we wanted to present the reception, and how we were going to celebrate the wedding.
I couldn’t believe how much I wanted to get married.
The only problem was, I had never even considered getting married in the first place.
I had a very different idea about what my future would look like.
The fact that I wasn’t ready to marry the person I loved was incredibly difficult to deal with.
It was very difficult for me to find a date to marry, so I set about trying to find someone that I could be married to.
My parents and my brother were the first ones to contact me.
“Hi Mom, I just want to say, congratulations on your wedding day!”
I think you’ve been looking for a long time.”
“It’s been a while since you’ve had a wedding, Dad.
You haven’t had kids.”
I was excited to say the least.
“Well, I’m glad you’re excited, Mom.
But we have to tell you something.”
I looked at my parents.
“We didn’t know anything about the wedding, and I don’t think you’ll have any trouble finding someone who is.”
I sat back down.
My eyes were wide open.
I looked up to my dad and he smiled and nodded.
He said, “Don’t worry about it.
Just tell me when you’re ready to get down to business.”
I thought about it for a moment, then nodded.
“Alright, Dad, let’s go.”
I sat back on the couch.
“Ok, so, what’s your first priority?”
My dad looked at me.
“First priority is to get your kids ready for the wedding.”
I felt the tension in my stomach, but I was still ready to go.
When we got back to the house, Mom and Dad walked in the front door.
“Are you guys ready to celebrate your wedding?”
“We’re just about ready.
You want to sit down?”
I’m the one with the biggest balls.”
The door was opened, and Mom and dad sat down on the patio.
Mom and dad looked beautiful.
My dad had a large, tattooed beard and he was sporting a big black and white striped wedding dress that was very comfortable.
His beautiful bride was wearing a white dress and a matching blazer.
My mom and dad got down on their knees in front of me.
They took off their shoes, grabbed each other’s hands, and began to kiss me.
Mom and my dad looked amazing together.
Mom was beautiful, with big, wide eyes, and she was wearing the same dress I was wearing at the reception.
They kissed passionately for several minutes.
The wedding was gorgeous, but Mom and I weren’t ready.
We needed a little more time to get ready, but they weren’t going to give up without a fight.
Mom had my wedding ring on her finger, so she could hold it and keep me safe during the ceremony.
After the ceremony, we were to be married on the balcony.
We had planned for this for quite a while.
I wanted my parents to be happy, so it was important that they weren´t sad about it or uncomfortable.
Mom and Dad got down onto their knees next to me and started kissing.
They took off my wedding dress and I couldn´t believe how gorgeous it was.
I could tell they were enjoying each other so much, and it was very emotional for them.
After the wedding was over and I had my ring on my finger, Mom took me back to my room.
My mom, wearing her wedding dress, had her hair tied back, and was looking at me with those big beautiful eyes.
I looked up at her and said, “I think I´m ready for you, Mom.”
My mother looked at her wedding ring.
My dad nodded.
I started to walk toward my room to get dressed, but my mom stopped me.
She pulled me close and kissed me again.
She said, “I can’t wait to get out of this dress, but you have