Cody, today I become your wife and you become my husband. I will strive to give you the best of myself, while accepting you the way you are. I promise to respect you as a whole person with your own interests, desires, and needs, and to realize that those are sometimes different, but no less important than my own. I promise to keep myself open to you, to let you in to my innermost fears and feelings, secrets and dreams. I promise to grow along with you, to be willing to face change as we both change, keeping our relationship alive and exciting. And finally, I promise to love you in good times and in bad, with all I have to give and all that I am, in the only way I know how -- completely and forever.
You are my best friend. Today I give myself to you. Using the love that we share as a vessel, through the pressures of the present and the uncertaintities of our future, I can promise that you will always have my deepest love, my fullest devotion, and my most tender care. I promise to love you, to always strive to encourage and inspire you, to laugh with you, and to comfort you in times of sorrow and struggle. I promise to love you in good times and in bad, when life seems easy and also when times become difficult, when our love is simple, and when things becomes complicated. I promise to honor you, and to always hold our love for each other in highest regard These things I pledge to you today, and all the days of our life together.
When Two Hearts
Love! I vow to love you, and no matter what challenges might carry us apart, we will always find a way to get back to each other.
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i was told it was love, a madness i was not willing to be drawn into, but the symptons said something else, i was told it was only
my legs felt wobbly when she came near, i used to gaze at the ceiling, thinking all day of the times that i could spend with her, thinking within me; i lost myself around her, i lost track of time, sense and everything else, including courage (to tell her) when she was near; and there i was with a valentineâ€™s day card clutched in my hand to make my love public, tell her i loved her and wanted to spend my life with her, and there i was ready to jump into madness; madness it was, from the moment i gave her the card, i knew it; she was the darling of all, and i was the outcast, a story fit for a movie, but this is life; now as i think about it, i wonder was it love? or was it just infatuation? i do not know, now!
The End By: Melanie Stager