I decided that for our first wedding anniversary post d-day I wanted to do something big and new. So we spent a 4-day weekend in Vegas. Neither of us had been before and we both wanted to go. So I booked everything and told her we were going.
D-day March 2017 Told her our anniversary plans June 2017 Anniversary trip December 2017 A few days after I told her about our upcoming trip, she asked me what I thought about renewing our vows on our trip. I had mixed feelings. I felt like we were each committed to our new marriage, but hesitant about the idea of renewal of vows. Our original marriage was a huge event in a church. The renewal had to be different. I landed in a spot where I felt like it would kind of mark a commitment to our new marriage. So I said yes, but it had to be at a typical Vegas chapel and that a neon sign was a must. So in a way it was just one of several fun things on our Vegas list. We carried an open bottle of champagne with us, both drinking from the bottle. We both dressed nice, albeit in cowboy boots. It was just us, the chapel director and a "minister" of some type. Nothing was planned except us being there at a reserved time. I had no idea what to expect. We gave the minister our rings. When we got to our vows, I was forever changed. I don't know how this supposed minister in a cheesy Vegas wedding chapel nailed the vows as well as he did. "I once again give you this ring, as I give you all that I am, and I accept from you all that you are." I was happy. We had committed to our new marriage.
________________ Male BS D-Day 3.15.2017 Taking care of myself, as we all deserve to do. Encouraging all to bolster their: Emotional Health, Physical Health and Spiritual Health