My Perfect Wedding

Happy Sunday and happy November 1st everyone =D I am so sorry that I have not posted in a while. Over the next few days, I will be sharing some big updates with you =D

Since I was a little Sandra, I have been obsessed with anything and everything pertaining to love and happiness.  I love these concepts so much that I find love and happiness within every situation and focus on them.

The standard definition of words like love and perfection give people an objective meaning for these terms. Words like these become significant when a person attaches a unique operational definition to them. Operational definitions describe the function of terms as it relates to specific circumstances.

Standard definition of:

Perfection: the condition, state, or quality of being free or as free as possible from all flaws or defects.

Love: strong affection for another arising out of kinship or personal ties.

My operational definition of:

Perfection (in terms of being in a relationship):  Perfection is two people recognizing that flawlessness does not exist, accepting circumstances for what they are, accepting each other for who they are, and embracing the positive and focusing on the happiness in every situation.

Love (in terms of being in a relationship):  Love is two people who solely express their romantic and sexual feelings to each other, who accept each other for their strengths and shortcomings, who are willing to work through any problem that may occur, and who aim to make each other happy.

My Perfect Wedding Day

The only condition that I needed for my wedding to be perfect was that Matt and I were saying our vows to each other. Everything else was secondary to me (for example, if I had a dress to wear, what date we got married on, where we got married, etc) because the particulars were not necessary to the actual event of marrying my best friend.

Saying Our Vows

The 8 minutes that were actually spent saying our vows were accompanied by such powerful feelings and emotions. Seconds before we began saying our vows, I just looked at Matt and kept thinking of the reasons why I wanted him to be my husband. I was looking at the man that I decided long ago that I wanted to spend the rest of my life with. But even much more than that. I was looking at the man that I would do anything for, the man that I would happily live through any circumstance with, and the man that I want to work through any situation that may arise between us with. This is the man that I accept for who he is and who I want to make happy every day for the rest of our lives. I was looking at my soul mate, my partner, my best friend, and now my husband. Saying our vows to each other was perfect.

Here are some pictures =D

Getting ready to say our vows =)


Saying our vows =D





We are married <3333




While we were getting married, I felt our son’s movements stronger than ever. Our third witness, our son, was super excited to hear his parents getting married and to feel his mama’s emotions during the process. =) I love my family. Everything is perfect.

Thank you for reading, I hope you have a wonderful Sunday =D

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