considering that *three* of the blogs i regularly read have already posted this, you might have seen it. however, if not, you’re in for a treat.

paul said it well – though you don’t need choreography to demonstrate joy it certainly does the job well.

i’ve never cried from a wedding video before, but somehow this so easily conveyed the celebration of their bold commitment to the hardest/most joyous/most trying/most rewarding season of their lives that tears were literally rolling down my smiling/laughing face.

it’s one of the times tying things together makes more sense of life than leaving them out there to make sense of themselves.

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6 Responses to “en[e]trance”

  1. 1 MommaDeb July 24, 2009 at 8:05 am

    That was awesome. I was crying, too! but laughing. I could see you doing something like this. Yeah, I could.

    • 2 calaismarie July 24, 2009 at 3:36 pm

      ug and goosebumps! ha! dad said he watched it three times and by the third HE was up dancing along! (THAT would have been funny to watch…) yeah…i’m not sure i’ll ever get over the mental hump of money wasted for a wedding – at least not enough to have one myself = but it sure looks like THEY had fun with it!

  2. 3 Calaismarie July 24, 2009 at 10:32 am

    First i would have to get past what a waste of money I think weddings are in general. They’re fine for others and I understand the value, yada yada yada, but hopefully i’ll never have to have one

  3. 4 paul July 24, 2009 at 3:54 pm

    boundless bindings. i think enetrance is still one of my favorite words we’ve come up with.

  4. 6 MommaDeb July 24, 2009 at 7:15 pm

    weddings should be a celebration. I think you and your sisters did a great job with Chelsi’s. It was a family celebration. How would you celebrate the day that God blends two people in one? You can create it anyway you want.

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