Wedding for a friend and fellow harpist

I always love playing at a friend's wedding. It gives me a chance to share my music with those I love and makes me involved in the most important day in my friend's lives. I met Millicent on the roof top deck of my old building and it must have been fate, because Millicent is also a harpist. I ended up giving Millicent a few lessons here and there, but mainly we became good friends. Even though we don't live in the same building anymore, I always love meeting up with her and her infectious smile :) So, when Millicent told me she was marrying Rob in Charlotte, of course I offered to play for her wedding! She happily accepted and I was able to play at the gorgeous Charlotte City Club. With

Catholic wedding at St. Vincent

Even though I grew up Catholic, I had no idea what a "Convalidation Ceremony" was. For all of you reading this who are also at a loss, it is a essentially a second wedding for a couple that orginially got married outside of the church, and now both parties are confirmed Catholics and may get married within the Catholic church. Florence converted to catholicism while her husband Brian grew up and was already confirmed Catholic. Over the summer, my brother and new sister-in-law got married at a pretty conservative Catholic church with many foreign, to me, rituals during the mass. I was the maid of honor, and can honestly say, even with a Catholic background, was confused about 75% of the 2 ho

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