The new bride is glowing from the inside, the groom so proud he can hardly get the words out fast enough.

“We’ve been married exactly two hours,” he said. “My first and her last.”

Leonard Woolsey: 409-683-5207; leonard.woolsey@galvnews.com

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Julie H. Bennett

Thank you Mr. Woolsey for such a lovely piece!! So often now we see such loathing for life…it’s really nice to see something so sweet!!

Charles Douglas

I like your second to the last paragraph! It is the bomb! I'm talking about love being like the "good" campfire! That is a good analogy, however ....I have found that there are also "bad" camp 🔥 🔥 (s) out there too! My point is and I must emphasize that great care should be observed when dealing with Weddings, and Campfires of life! [wink][smile]. This is a little wisdom for the young which will help keep them on solid ground. Make sure you are wheeling & dealing with the RIGHT campfire for camping, and the right person for a wedding-mate. No matter how you slice it,...THAT is great advice.

I read an old Chinese Proverb recently which said: " The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago,...the second best time is NOW!!!" The logic of this proverb can be found in the observation of what I'm saying now! Don't wait 20 years to learn by experience, what you should have excepted by the WISDOM, coming from another man's experience! [beam].

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