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  1. Caliban says

    Sort of OT, but whenever so hysterical anti-marriage equality nut starts going on about how gays being married will “destroy marriage” (or civilization itself *rolls eyes*), I want to ask if they felt a “disturbance in the force” when an event like the one in this video occurs, that their marriage suddenly felt reduced.

    No? Yeah, that’s I thought, so why don’t you shut your pie-hold and GTF over it?

  2. says

    I’m a sucker for weddings. Big tears here. Beautifully shot and produced.

    I’ll share this: When Greg and I married we were standing at the alter side by side. I was having a really hard time holding back my emotions but doing very well because my dad, 5 brothers and sister were there as well as Greg’s parents and his older sister so I didn’t want to come off as a wuss. If you met us you’d naturally believe that Greg is the stronger one, he is such a guy’s guy. But when we turned to say our vows I looked at him and he was smiling with tears streaming down his cheeks. I came very close to losing it. I grabbed a quick breath and squeezed his hand. That was a wonderful moment.

    On the whole I’ve only seen Greg cry twice in the nearly nine years we’ve been together. On our wedding day and when our son Steven was born. I swear to each and every one of you that when you fall in love and it feels just right, don’t walk away. Hold on to it because it comes so rarely in one’s life.

  3. says

    Aloha from Honolulu, Hawaii! Kenton and I would like to express our humble gratitude for your warm remarks and sentiments. We both consider ourselves lucky for having met each other; our love for each other; for life; and family and friends continue to grow, day by day. We sincerely wish the best for everyone out there, and again, a very warm “mahalo” to all of you. <3

  4. says

    Congratulations John and Kenton! You two really look happy. Hawaii! Wow! To marry and live there is a dream life!

    OS2Guy, You are really good at sharing, do it more often. You have a way with words so few have. Greg is a lucky guy.

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