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They Re-♥Married on March 27th 1999 and have been blissfully in love
ever since. Read below to see how this couple matured, grew their faith in God,
and realized that what God has joined together no man or woman will put
**Pink are Mandy’s word**Blue are Scott’s words**Purple
are from both
1. The first thing that
caught my eye when I saw Scott was his stunning smile and then I noticed how
sexy his legs were while wearing basketball shorts. Once he had my attention, I
was attracted to how friendly he was. His outgoing and pleasant personality was
just what I was looking for.Our
conversations would last for hours and I loved how comfortable it was talking
and laughing with him.After knowing
Scott for several years and watching his love for the Lord grow, I knew he was
the man I wanted to spend the rest of my life with.
Mandy’s qualities were her faith in God,
her beauty, her outgoing/spontaneous personality and her desire to raise our
children in a Christian home. She still has these qualities. I felt I was out
of her league. I still believe that.
2.Keeping romance alive is much easier before you have a
family, so you have to get pretty creative once kids come along.Being
affectionate (hugs and kisses); having a date night, saying “I love you” and
really meaning it are just a few ways to keep romance going.
3.My favorite part of marriage is knowing that my best
friend will be by my side forever unconditionally! We are living this life together, no matter what the future
4.Having God in our lives has been the most important aspect
of making our marriage successful. When Scott and I were first married we were careless and
selfish.The Lord was not a priority for
us; the lifestyle we lived was very reckless.After three years we called it quits.Once we went our separate ways and began living for Jesus, we
reconnected and knew we were meant to be together.We prioritized our faith and remarried and
I’m happy to share that three kids later, we just celebrated our 15th
5.Stressful times will
definitely come in a marriage and the best way to handle them is through
conversation.Lots of talking,
listening, praying and moving forward as a team will lead to success.
6.Learning how to be a better listener is a priority in a
healthy relationship.So many times we
are busy thinking of what we are going to say next, instead of actually
listening to what our partner is saying.
7. Our Christian values
are our number one strength in our marriage. Those values include knowing that
divorce is NOT an option.We are in this
together for the long haul, and we will use our resources to stay on the right
8a.What I love about my wife is her desire to be best person
she can be.- the best mother, the best wife, the best teacher.. She has a
loving, outgoing personality that brings a smile to my face. My kids have been
greatly influenced by their mother.
b.What I love about my husband is his Godly leadership in
our home. He is a positive, moral role model for me and our children.He is an example of the kind of man that I
want our son to grow up like and the kind of man I want our daughters to marry.
9.Advice to newlyweds:
~Keep the Romance
~Keep outside forces from affecting your
(work, kids, friendships, biological
~Keep God first
~Seek help/counseling when needed
best song that describes our marriage is: Never Gonna Let You Go by Sergio Mendes. We played this song during
the ceremony when we were re-married, committing to each other that we would
never let each other go again!
May these vows and this marriage be blessed. May it be sweet milk, this marriage, like wine and halvah. May this marriage offer fruit and shade like the date palm. May this marriage be full of laughter, our every day a day in paradise. May this marriage be a sign of compassion, a seal of happiness here and hereafter. May this marriage have a fair face and a good name, an omen as welcome as the moon in a clear blue sky. I am out of words to describe how spirit mingles in this marriage. – Jalalud’din Rumi Maryam and Matt were married on August 9, 2019 at The Olana Mansion. This Persian-American wedding was filled with love, gorgeous flowers, and the most exquisite Sofreh I've seen. The Olana Setup Gorgeous Floral Centerpiece from I Am Styling USA Mr. & Mrs. Pedersen Sofreh Aghd by Kimia Dream Team Wedding Planner: Kiss and Tell Weddings Florist: I Am Styling USA DJ: Up
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