Sometimes the second time is a charm

I have the opportunity to perform a ceremony this weekend that I have not done before. I will be re-marrying a young couple. Living as close to Ft. Bragg as I do I have had the opportunity of be the public wedding officiant for couples that were secretly or otherwise already married. When troops deploy, as they have for the last decade couples decide to marry in order to ensure that the loved one left behind has some legal or financial protection not afforded girl friends or boy friends.

On Sunday I’ll be re-marrying a young couple that married in haste several years ago. The found that marriage is difficult and they divorced. Subsequently they discovered that they truly do love each other and they appreciate each other much more now than they did before. It will be my pleasure to give them a new lease on married life.

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Jim did more than an amazing job on our ceremony. I thought there was not much to a ceremony until Jim came along. He put so much time and effort to make it exactly what we wanted. I loved how it was not like any other ceremony I had heard before. It was geared toward us and gave our guest a glimpse into how much we love each other. It made people cry and laugh which is of course the perfect combination. Thanks for everything Jim, you're the best! Jonathan & Ashley Greer

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