Posted on August 11, 2016 | Author Carolyn Egan
If you’re a mid-life (or later) bride or groom, “Relax” might be your mantra. That’s how one 55-year old bride (third wedding) was able to cope when she realized she’d left her bridal bouquet at home in the refrigerator. “My first two weddings were about pleasing other people,” she told
Posted on July 10, 2016 | Author Mark Wilcox
I’m a Tom Brady fan. Brady, as you may know, is the quarterback for the New England Patriots. He’s considered one of the best — if notthe
best — quarterback to ever play professional football.
But he didn’t start out that way. He has never looked like the prototypical qua
Posted on June 18, 2016 | Author Carolyn Egan
Across all societies, the wedding ceremony is held as sacred. It links to the other momentous events of our life cycle - like birth and (yes) death - in significance.
Most religions see the wedding as a rite by which two persons are
Posted on April 27, 2016 | Author Mark Wilcox
I know I wouldn’t. And neither would my wife.
But I read a story about a situation like this. The groom’s ex-girlfriend was invited to the wedding. She of course got drunk – and started scre