Some relationships have been challenged as well. We’ve heard the stories. Quarantining and isolating at home have taken its toll forcing some couples together which has in turn driven a wedge between some of them. The hours together, the stress of the situation in general, and God only knows what else. For some it’s too much. Meanwhile, however, just when hope seems lost, love leads the way forcing aside all that is wrong today, replacing it with all that is right. While some connections cannot bear the times, others have come alive. A yin and yang — life is about balance.
A local couple reached out. They found each other, fell in love, and decided to marry. The times, the situation, the stresses of the world; these things did not deter them. Being together, for them, has brought them even closer. So much so that they wanted to get married on a mountain. One they frequently run: Peaked Mountain in Conway’s Green Hills Preserve. Joining them a family friend and their four-legged daughter. It was a simple wedding, early in the morning. Peaceful, pretty, perfect. The rest of the world, at this moment in time, no matter how dire, was briefly forgotten.
Congratulations again! Your act of love brings light to the world. Thank you for this!