Neighborhoods were packed with parked cars and homes filled with joyous celebration. Believer's filled churches, temples and synagogues; praising, praying, waiting and watching for the return of the Almighty. Babies were being born and sadly, some were dying. Through it all, we were a happy people, destined to shed off the old and put on the new.
Our personal New Year, was by far, "MORE THAN JUST ANOTHER NEW YEAR'. On this amazing an unforgettable day, we were blessed exceedingly beyond our own expectations, because not only did we have a family gathering in the traditional way at the emergence of 2010, we were witnesses to the marriage and union of our daughter Katrina and our new son and family member Aaron.
It was a most beautiful and memorable ceremony that human eyes could behold. The wedding took place in the presence of God, right under the moon and the stars above. Although the sky was dark, there appeared to be a warm, loving and romantic glow, that halloed and set upon each of us in attendance. What a loving and darkened morning it was... just moments into the birth of a brand new, New Year and the union of two lives joined together for ever more.
What a memorable New Year and start for a new decade. Congratulations to your daughter and your whole family and I wish you a fruitful and joyous year ahead.ReplyDelete
Thank you very much for your time, visit and comments to my post. Looks like 2010 will be filled with blessings for all our family and friends such as yourself. Hope you visit again real soon and enjoy some of my other posts of 2009.ReplyDelete
Thank you for this post daddy! 2009 was not just another year that had come and gone. It was the year I got to know the man that became my husband on Jan. 2010! We adore you and thank you for sharing that special moment with us!ReplyDelete
Yes, so many things happened last year. War, Earthquake, disaster, but also love, celebration, inventions and many more. It's nice too that your daughter get married :) I also hope that they will be together forever like the vows :)ReplyDelete
Thank you very much Amelia, its true that many changes occurred last year and this New year. I tend to embrace change and not focus on repeling it. Especially if its positive change. My daughter is very happy, plus they both are surrounded with a loving support group. Plz. visit again soon.ReplyDelete