elizabeth. twenty-three. residing in seattle. enjoys the simple things.
i share my likings with you here.
"Fred Evans was recovering from a double lung transplant when doctors discovered metastatic melanoma. Because of the medications he was taking to keep his body from rejecting his new lungs, Fred is unable to endure much chemotherapy to treat the cancer. Upon this discovery, Fred was given just months to live.
Two of his daughters, Gracie and Kate are not married. As a daddy, Fred wants to make sure he got the opportunity to walk his other two daughters down the aisle and give them away. They told the girls Fred had something special planned for their mom, and gave them each a different time to arrive at the chapel. When the girls arrived, their dad greeted them wearing a tuxedo. They each shared a special, quiet moment alone with their dad in the foyer of the chapel. He gave them each a bouquet and told them just in case he would not be there the day they get married, he wanted to walk them down the aisle and give them his blessing. When they reached the alter, Fred gave them each away, and the family circled around them to pray over their future marriages.
After Fred walked Gracie and Kate down the aisle, Fred announced he had one more bride. His wife, Karla, was so confused at first but she was totally surprised when Fred told her he wanted to renew their vows that day. She was presented with her own special bouquet and she and Fred walked down the aisle together. Roland, Karla’s brother, officiated the simple ceremony, as they each promised to continue to love each other for the rest of their lives.”
no, it’s fine, I’m not crying my eyes out.
brb, gonna make & eat all the pumpkin things.
via jamielynette: “Oh hey there, October. Good to see you again, old friend.”