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Dustin Snyder, the terminally ill teen who fulfilled his dying wish of marrying his high school sweetheart in January, has died after a battle with a rare form of cancer.

The 19-year-old Valrico, Florida native “got his wings” on Friday according to his big sister Brittany Hails.

I love you Dustin Wade Snyder,” Hails wrote on Facebook, attached to a photo of her and Snyder. “No more suffering, god got you now.”

Snyder was given the devastating news of his terminal cancer at the beginning of January. Given just weeks to live, he told his mother Cassandra Fondahn that he wanted to tie the knot with his girlfriend, 21-year-old Sierra Siverio.

Five days later, his final wish came true after their entire community came forward to help make it happen.

“It started off with a Facebook post where Dustin’s sister asked if anyone had a tux and wedding dress,” family friend Nicole Jordan Roberts told PEOPLE at the time. “They were going to do it in their backyard and we were all going to bring food.”

Once the news spread, people started to come forward offering to donate everything from the wedding dress, venue, food, music and flower arrangements. “It was amazing and just so beautiful,” said Roberts, “but obviously very emotional.”

Brittany Hails, a guest in attendance at the impromptu ceremony, posted a photo on Facebook of the couple exchanging their vows.

The couple’s love story dated back to middle school, when they first met. But like most young romances, it fizzled out.

“They got back together two years ago before his diagnosis,” said Roberts. “Dustin knew that she was the one for him.”

The couple danced their first dance as husband and wife to Ed Sheehan’s hit “Perfect” at The Big Red Barn Venue in Oak Hill, Florida, as their closest friends and family looked on.

“This day was about being happy,” Roberts said. “I saw Sierra crying when he danced with his mom and she was crying with a smile across her face. It was hard thinking that this is the last dance she’ll have with her son.”

On June 28, 2016, just one day before his 18th birthday, Snyder was diagnosed with synovial sarcoma, a rare cancer. Doctors found a mass in his left lung and removed it, according to Roberts. After chemotherapy, Snyder was told the cancer was gone and the entire family celebrated. But just two months later, it came back. After more treatment, he was deemed in remission.

Then in December, Synder began to experience severe abdominal pain and went back to the hospital. The cancer had returned and there were now tumors in his stomach and around his pelvis.

“They told him he had just a few weeks and that there was nothing they could do,” said Roberts. “His mom told me she wanted to do as much as she could with him in the little time he had. She wants him to experience as much as he can.”

His sister started a GoFundMe page for their wedding, raising almost $ 40,000.

“He really wants to marry the woman that has stuck by his side through all the sleepless night and is now dealing with knowing he will pass any time soon,” she wrote on the page.

When Snyder left the hospital, he was put in hospice care. Despite his debilitating pain, he found the strength to stand up for his wedding ceremony.

“He was so strong,” said Roberts. “We wanted to make this the best day for the two of them — and it really was.”


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Texas sure knows how to throw a good party.

On March 25, Evan and Melissa Tate of Rockwall, Texas hosted a huge state fair-themed wedding reception at a 700-acre horse and cattle ranch owned by the groom’s family.

The celebration, which included a 700-person guest list, was aptly called: “Tate Fair of Texas.”

“I have always loved the State Fair of Texas and dreamed of it somehow tying into my wedding day,” the bride told The Huffington Post.

“We started hosting weddings to the public [at the ranch] a couple of years ago. I knew I wanted to get married on the farm but I didn’t want to lose the connection to the state fair ― so we just brought it here!” she added. 

The big day featured all the Texas state fair essentials: A Ferris wheel, Fletcher’s Corny Dogs and livestock, too.

The couple even set up their own creative arts building. “That’s where people place their entries for photo contests, art contests and sculptures,” Melissa explained to ABC News.

“It’s in this really poorly lit building, and it’s just old school,” she said. 

Instead of art entries, the space was filled with pictures of the couple, each bearing a prize ribbon to fit in with the theme.  

Guests also feasted on turkey legs, brisket nachos, a popcorn bar and cotton candy.

The newlyweds couldn’t be more thrilled with how their big day panned out. 

“We really just wanted to throw a party for our friends that reflected our love and our relationship,” Melissa told HuffPost. “And we wanted to celebrate that with them.”

A week prior to the blowout bash, the Tates exchanged vows in an intimate ceremony outside of the house where the groom grew up, with only about 50 family members present.

“This is the second marriage for both of us and I wanted it to be intimate, giving us time to really engage with our families,” she said. “I knew that wouldn’t happen at a party of the size we wanted for our reception.”

Afterwards, the newlyweds sat down with their families for a brunch complete with Bloody Marys and biscuits. 

The couple, who met in 2014 through a mutual friend, actually got engaged at the State Fair of Texas last year.

“It was so busy, and the whole crowd saw what was happening, and I dropped to my knee,” Evan told ABC News. “She said yes, and then the crowd broke into cheers all around. It was wonderful.”

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What one thing do you wish you had known about life when you were in your 20s? originally appeared on Quorathe knowledge sharing network where compelling questions are answered by people with unique insights.

Answer by James Altucher, blogger, author, social media, investor, wall street investor, on Quora:

One time when I was twenty-five, I went shopping for an engagement ring for my girlfriend. We had been together for three years, and my dad kept asking when I would marry her. My friends kept asking. Her friends kept asking. Her dad kept asking her and she would tell me.

We were living together. And I liked her. Maybe I loved her.

But I started to shiver when I was looking at rings in the store. My friend who I was with took one look at me and quoted a lyric from an MC 900 Ft Jesus song: “Something’s gonna happen, and it’s probably not good.”

So I didn’t buy the ring. We didn’t get married. She moved out. We moved to different cities. I called her once a few years later, but now she’s not even on Facebook, and we haven’t talked since.

That sums up the twenties – everything you think is important and meaningful has absolutely no bearing on your future life.

I loved her. I had a job. I was writing novels. I had friends. I was a computer programmer.

Now, none of the above is true. (Oh, I have friends. Just different friends – 100% different).

And everything in my thirties – nothing is true anymore (except I have two kids still. Although now they are not babies. Now they are smarter than me).

I’m forty-eight now.

My most recent career change occurred when I was forty-seven. Before that, I started writing seriously (I wrote five very unserious books in my thirties) when I was forty-two.

In my twenties and thirties, my average weight was about 155 – 170. Now it’s 140. I write every day. I don’t obsess about money all day long. And I make bad decisions all day long – just like I did in my twenties.

The main skill I got between my twenties and now is that I bounce back from bad things faster.

I was very successful in my late twenties. And then a total failure after. Then very successful. And so on.

So that didn’t change. Only my ability to bounce back from really bad things. Horrible things. Things you wouldn’t want to wish on anyone, and yet they happen, in some form or other, to everyone.

So the only thing I can with full integrity say I wish I had known: nothing at all matters. Oh, and since nothing matters, once you realize that, you’ll start to bounce back faster.

And since nothing matters, you might as well be kind to people as much as possible. We can all laugh at the same joke at the end of this very long day.

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The “real-life superhero” and WWE star now has yet another good-guy accolade under his belt: he’s just granted his 500th wish for the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

Cena, who’s long held the title for the celebrity who’s granted the most wishes through the charity, appeared on NBC’s “Today” show Wednesday to mark the milestone moment. He granted his 500th wish to an 8-year-old boy named Rocco Lanzer.

Rocco, who was diagnosed with leukemia in January, is a huge fan of Cena. “He’s nice and strong and inspirational,” he told Today of his idol. “He reminds kids to never give up.” 

Earlier this year, the wrestler visited the boy in the hospital, but Rocco said he hadn’t been feeling his best that day. “I didn’t get a chance to talk to him like I wanted to, and I hope someday I could meet him again,” he said. 

On Wednesday, Rocco’s wish came true. 

Cena showered the child with gifts, including ringside tickets to see him at “Monday Night Raw.”

The wrestler also had some words of encouragement. 

“He’s a very brave young man and a true fighter,” Cena said of Rocco. 

Cena, who was recently named the the second-most charitable athlete in the world by DoSomething.org, has said in the past that his commitments to Make-A-Wish trump most other priorities in his life. 

“It’s something that I’ll bend my schedule around,” he said in 2012. “I’ll make time for the wish and then do everything else later because whatever it is, it’s not as important as making a child’s or a family’s experience. It’s just been a great thing.”  

 

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The 3 Biggest Things I Wish I Didn’t Stress Over in High School

High school: A place where you spend four vital years learning, making friends, and finding yourself. I went to Archbishop Molloy, a Marist high school in Queens, New York. I loved my high school, I made the best of friends that I’m still close with today, I had great teachers who I still reach out to for advice and I learned lessons not only that I used inside the classroom but throughout the rest of my life. I credit my high school for helping shape me to be the person who I am today.

However, even though I loved high school, I wouldn’t go back and do it again. Don’t get me wrong — I had a lot of great times and great memories, but there were also many days I spent stressing over the littlest things. I wish I could go back to myself at 14 and say, “A few years from now, none of the things that you spend time worrying about will matter.”

Boys. My sophomore year of high school I remember many nights of sitting in my room, upset and listening to Taylor Swift’s “Fifteen.” It seemed like having a boyfriend was the best thing in the world, and I was never a part of that exclusive “I have a boyfriend club.” I would see classmates having a boyfriend and I would think that having a boyfriend would magically make all my problems go away. Everyone was so happy in their relationships, that I felt like total loser for never having a boyfriend in high school. I can’t believe I spent so much time wondering if a boy had noticed me.

Growing up, I realized that I wasn’t going to find the love of my life in high school, and that having a boyfriend while I’m trying to focus on my grades would’ve just been a distraction. I also wasn’t ready for a mature relationship and the long-term relationship that I wanted wasn’t found in high school. The boys that I had crushes on totally aren’t my type anymore — it was just the idea of having a boyfriend that excited me. Don’t let the thought of having a boyfriend or a significant other take you away from things that really matter. Also, once you’re out of high school there are so many people out there who are waiting to meet you!

Fitting in. It doesn’t matter what people think about you, I repeat: It doesn’t matter what people think about you. I wanted every single person to like me, and only now do I realize, that’s impossible. No matter how nice you are or how much you try, there will always be someone who doesn’t like you. I cared so much about what other people thought about me, that I started losing who I was. I would shop at certain clothing stores because other girls in my grade were, or I’d want the latest technology because everyone else had it. It was when I started being honest with myself,2015-06-19-1434725827-2571197-183890_10150326746758939_2572568_n.jpg and showing people who I truly was that I started meeting people who liked me for who I was — and not who I was trying to be. And eight years later, they are still my best friends who I road trip to go see Taylor Swift in concert with. Be confident in the person that you are, and you’ll find people who like you for just being you.

Not getting picked for things. High school can be competitive, trying out for sports teams, leadership positions in clubs and comparing test scores. I remember that I didn’t get picked for a leadership position in high school that I desperately wanted and I was devastated. I thought, “What’s wrong with me? Why am I not good enough?” I would beat myself up over the fact that other people got this position and I didn’t.

That leadership position clearly wasn’t meant for me at that time. I was able to find another club in my high school that I absolutely loved, and if I had gotten the other position I wouldn’t have ever even considered joining it. You may not get the spot on the sports team or get the highest test score in your class, or get that leadership position. But the good thing about high school is that there are a lot of other clubs you can get involved in, and if not, you can always start your own. This is something that stayed with me throughout my life — that if I didn’t get something that I really wanted, I would just say it wasn’t meant for me and that something better is in store.

2015-06-19-1434725579-1108699-251271_10150274148328939_6122165_n.jpg When I was in middle school I always thought high school was going to be like my favorite television shows like One Tree Hill, Laguna Beach and Degrassi. But rest assure high school was nothing like what I saw on TV and that’s probably a good thing because the shows had a lot of drama.

Your high school experience is what you make of it. Meet as many people as you can, get involved and join a club, raise your hand and ask questions and most importantly, have fun. Your high school days are days that you will never be able to get back. It goes by pretty fast. One day you’re nervous walking into the first day of high school and the next you’re walking on stage to get your high school diploma.

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Ladies, is your relationship suffering at the hands of your own stupidity? Your foolish, lingering notions that people are just people — that men and women are inexorably bound to the same mortal coil and as a baseline of existence are actually, well, not all that different in their desires to be understood and loved?

Here’s a helpful image I want you to keep in mind whenever you are trying to forge a dialogue between the genders: A gaping chasm. A cavernous space — too wide to ever even scream across — separating two distinct cliffs. On one side you have men — strong, silent, brooding, insular, emotionally distant, and sex-craved. On the other you have women — weak, erratic, shrill, overly-analytic, and frigid.

There is no hope at ever knowing a man. Do you ask a wolf how its day was? “Oh I don’t know darling, just a blur of indescribable instincts to maim and kill. To impregnate and sleep.” Exactly.

Conversely, what can you say when your man asks you how you are? “Oh I don’t know darling, just a blur of indescribably intense emotions arbitrarily ping-ponging between crushing anxiety, despair, and utter delight.”

The answer, in case you hadn’t guessed, is no. And no. There isn’t a chance in hell — and yes that fiery pit awaits you — of ever understanding one another. God made gender like a gypsy’s tag-sale: a preposterous collection of misshapen puzzle pieces that will never fit together. The best we can do is jam our genitals together in a fleeting wet mashing motion to try and create a child and then take a shower.

But for those of you who just don’t get it, I’ve taken the liberty of expanding upon the Christian Broadcasting Network’s recent interview with author Shaunti Feldhahn, who recently penned “For Women Only: What You Need to Know About the Inner Lives of Men.” It is simply a glittering gem of unprecedented insight; the first thing I’ve ever read that could single-handedly render what was previously unintelligible weeping and grunts into something resembling a conversation between men and women.

Forgive me while I genuflect.

As a response and humble homage to “10 Things Guys Wish Women Knew About Men” — a post gleaned from Feldhahn’s uncanny advice from interviewing more than 1,000 mysterious menfolk — I’ve crafted “10 Things Girls Wish Men Knew About Women.”

Using an interview with just me. Because, let’s be honest: When it comes to female motivation and desire, we’re all the damn same! Just like our penis-ed brethren. (Although I appreciate Feldhahn’s dogged, journalistic tenacity.)

1. Women would rather feel inadequate and disrespected than unloved.

According to Feldhahn, “Husbands need to know that their wives respect them both privately and publicly . . . Men thrive when they know that their wives trust them, admire them and believe in them. “

This is not the case with us. We are inadequate. We’ve been over this. Between our physical weakness, cognitive deficiencies, and tell-tale vaginas — hello! Why do you think God made a huge gaping hole in our bodies if not to remind us of our inherent lacking — we’re not in the market for admiration or trust. I mean, that age-old biblical axiom was scrawled from on high for a reason: Never trust anything that bleeds for seven days and doesn’t die.

Women are, after all, merely voids to be filled. With your love. (i.e. penis.) To reiterate: Women neither want nor need respect from their partner.

Which brings us to the next point.

2. A women’s anger is often a response to feeling a little too respected.

“When a husband becomes angry with his wife, he may not come out and say, ‘You’re disrespecting me!’ But, there is a good likelihood that he is feeling stung by something his wife has done which he considers disrespectful and humiliating.”

That’s right. Don’t try and articulate what we might have done to upset you. Instead, not-so-subtly slam doors, cabinets, and drawers until we peevishly ask what’s wrong and you can respond with, “Shut your flapping lips you daft cow,” before retiring to your man cave to play SlaughterBitch 7. We just need to know that you’re angry. Not that we’re being “heard” or some such nonsense. The sooner you punish us for our nebulous transgression, the sooner we can self-flagellate and fellate you in repentance.

(Oh, and by “anger” we mean that soft clicking noise we make with our tongue sometimes.)

3. Women are insecure.

“To men, affirmation from their wives is everything! If they don’t receive this affirmation from their wives, they’ll seek it elsewhere.”

A nice solid emotional threat keeps us in line. We know — intuitively — from the moment we grew from rib to womanly wench that we’re imperfect. Let us know that if we don’t properly bolster your understandable ego — after all, you giveth us everything — that you will get up and tug the terrycloth shorts off our nubile nanny. Because she is quick to remind you (every day she traipses into the kitchen) that you are the best-looking father in town. “And so funny too!”

4. Women feel the burden of being the provider for their family.

Just kidding!

“Men simply bear the emotional burden of providing for their family. It’s not a burden they’ve chosen to bear. Men are simply wired with this burden.”

God intended for you mighty men to rule over the creatures of land, sea, and sky. And when critters great and small are under your thumb — and care! — that weight can be crushing. Think nothing of what us women must endure: chapped hands, tirelessly washing dishes, mending socks, cooking not-so-flavorful meals because you hate salt and “anything browned,” grinding Shout-sticks into soiled underpants, and raising our five children to be God-fearing, obedient minions. We provide very little but a set of breasts to hang a snuggish blouse on.

Which brings me to the next point.

5. Women want less sex.

“Men simply need to be wanted. Regular, fulfilling sex is critical to a man’s sense of feeling loved and desired.”

This is not so for us. Being desired is confusing, inducing feelings of panic and shame. Sometimes — but for this we pray — we feel pangs of disorienting lasciviousness, cravenly craving the naked body of our husband near us, but we cleverly subsume these feelings into that of our better halves’, reminding ourselves with a deft pinch of the clitoris that fulfilling sex is the realm of men-folk. Orgasms are highly overrated. That kind of muscular spasming is unsightly and time consuming.

6. Sex means more than sex.

“When a husband feels rejected sexually, he not only feels his wife is rejecting him physically, but that she is somehow rejecting his life as a husband, provider and man.”

We will never reject you. Simply present your member before our faces — even if we’re sleeping — and we will do the rest. Grope our bottoms as we bend to clean the toilet or tuck our toddler into bed. Sex does indeed mean more than sex. It means we are doing our God-given wifely duty to drain your beautifully veined trouser-snake. When we fail to open our legs for our husbands we condemn his very existence, his domination over our bodies and lives. So keep those thighs swinging faster than a Western saloon’s door.

7. Women struggle with mental temptation.

“Even the most godly husband cannot avoid noticing a woman who dresses in a way that draws attention to her body . . . Men can choose whether to dwell on these images and memories or dismiss them, but they can’t control when these images appear.”

We too understand this struggle … although the male figure — his quiet bulge beckoning us from his too-tight trousers — is not something we’re mentally tempted by. We never ever think about a dusty, sweat-smeared cowboy ravishing us in the barn, our panties tugged around our knees as he takes us from behind, his hot breath against our neck bringing us over the brink of ecstasy.

8. Women enjoy romance, but doubt their skills at receiving it.

“Men want to be romantic, but they just doubt their ability to pull it off … For example, a wife may balk when her husband asks her to go along to the hardware store, but it’s likely that he’s asking because he sees it as a time they can get away as a couple and hang out together. What’s not romantic about that?”

There is nothing more romantic than being asked to go to the hardware store. Pursuing aisles of glinting screws and packages of sandpaper? Following behind you as the fluorescent lights burn our eyes a little and you ask, again, if a gas grill might be a good addition to the patio … is the stuff that makes our heart flutter. We just want to be near you. And watch you carry all those power tools we can’t afford to the check-out counter.

Another good place to get away together? A noisy sports bar where you can slosh beer on my new skirt and scream in my ear.

9. Women worry about their appearance.

“What men really want is to know that their wives are making an effort to take care of themselves (and not letting themselves go) because it matters to them (the husbands!). Husbands appreciate the efforts their wives make to maintain their attractiveness.”

When we’re not worrying about what’s for dinner and if the kitchen counters are still sticky, we’re wondering — compulsively — if we’re pretty enough. If our vaginas are eliciting the proper scent of fiji breeze, if our breasts are pert enough, our asses high enough; if our 4 hours of sleep (because you can’t sleep unless you come four times) is showing beneath our swollen eyes.

Remind us that our worrying is worth it. See #6. Present your member and penetrate.

10. Women know how much their husbands love them.

“Men aren’t confident in their ability to express this, but they love their wives dearly. Men want to show how much they love their wives and long for them to understand this fact.”

We understand! Don’t ever the say those three pesky words — we know how humiliating that is. Simply squeeze our breast absentmindedly as you’re walking to the garage or bring home some extra steak from the butcher that can be de-fatted for dinner. Sign our mother’s birthday card with a sloppy “X” instead of your name as you snicker at the television and call Hillary Clinton a “wrinkled old slut.”

We love you too.
Comedy – The Huffington Post
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2015 Brides: Put This Awesome Gift (Courtesy of Kate Bosworth) on Your Holiday Wish List for Next Year

My husband and I just celebrated Hanukkah and Christmas, but now I’m kind of wishing there were one more gifting holiday so I could add this to my holiday wish list: #KP #pinkie from MP,…




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What An Entrepreneur, A Singer And A President’s Nephew Wish They’d Known Ages Ago (VIDEO)

It’s something Oprah loves to ask during her interviews: What advice would you give to your younger self? When Arianna Huffington, Grammy-winning singer Alanis Morissette and JFK’s nephew Timothy Shriver appeared on recent episodes of “Super Soul Sunday,” Oprah asked each of them this poignant question — and received some very revealing answers.

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Arianna
“I would say, ‘Stop worrying,'” Arianna says. “There is so much unnecessary worry, so many unnecessary self-judgments, so many negative fantasies about the future.”

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Alanis Morissette
“I would say, ‘Everything’s going to be OK, and you can be young,'” Morissette says. “I would come in as a 40-year-old and say, ‘I got this. You can go play. I got this.'”

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Timothy Shriver
“I would tell my younger self to focus on finding quiet,” Shriver says. “I think we live in a culture of distraction, and silence is a way to find the center.”

The season finale of “Super Soul Sunday” airs Sunday, Dec. 21, during a special time, at 7 p.m. ET on OWN. (The episode will not be live-streamed or available on demand after air.) Find OWN on your TV.

GPS for the Soul – The Huffington Post
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10-Year-Old’s Marriage Advice Is So Spot On, You’ll Wish You Came Up With It

When it comes to marriage advice, it seems like everyone and their mom has something to offer up.

Well forget ’em!

We finally have all the marriage advice we’ll ever need, thanks to one very wise 10-year-old named Ethan who took it upon himself to write out (and laminate) key pieces of advice for his soon-to-be-wed teacher.

Marriage advice from a 5th grader

The note was posted to Reddit earlier this week, titled “My friend who is a teacher was married over the weekend to a cop. This is one of her students marriage advice.

All we know is penguins should definitely be on everyone’s registry from now on. Look how fun they are!

Weddings – The Huffington Post
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3 Things I Know Now That I Wish I Knew While Wedding Planning

The gifts have been unwrapped, the cards opened, the veil put away, and the dress dropped off at the cleaners. The honeymoon has come and gone, a blissful week spent amongst coconut trees and rainforests in Costa Rica. Reality has set back in after more than a year of wedding planning, and I’m not suffering from those “post-wedding blues” that everyone talks about.

Don’t get me wrong — our wedding was the most amazing day, surrounded by loving family and friends, set to the soundtrack of slammin’ ’90s hits all night long. I wouldn’t trade a second of it for anything else. But I won’t lie to you. The morning after our wedding, I woke up with this incredible lightness. Was it because I just married the love of my life? Yes. Was it also because the biggest stressor of my life for the past year and a half was now over and I could go back to real life? Yes, yes, yes, a million times, yes. As my husband and I drove away from the bed and breakfast we stayed at in our small hometown, I couldn’t help but think with insatiable giddiness, it’s over. Thank God. And then right after that, oh my goodness. I just had a year-long panic attack over a mere 12 hours. TWELVE HOURS. Dear lord.

I’m an anxious person by nature. I hardly ever sleep a full night without waking up like five times, I’m prone to panic, and big changes freak me out. Throw something like planning a wedding on top of all that, and you’re looking at a full-blown basket case by the time the shindig rolled around. I can recount actual nightmares I have had about mundane things like rental chairs not showing up, or ordering pizza for the reception because the food was missing (actually, pizza might have been pretty cool, but dream Alex wasn’t having it) or worse, no one dancing and just glumly sitting at their tables. One morning, the week of the wedding, I completely missed my train stop on the way to work, my head somewhere up in the wedding clouds. I was sure I was going slightly insane. You can call my mother and she will attest to this. The poor woman fielded many a panicked wedding call, mostly about things on the below list. (Sorry, mom. I love you!)

1. Stop worrying so much about the damn weather.
In the three weeks leading up to my outdoor wedding, I became an expert in online weather sites, ranging from Accuweather to WeatherSpark to The Weather Channel to WeatherBug… I could keep going. I reached a point where I was spending a solid 30 minutes at a time weather sleuthing, jumping seamlessly from site to site and map to map. I suffered so much angst when it was forecasted approximately 15 days out that there would be a 70 percent chance of rain (depending on which site that I was looking at) on the day of the wedding. Because you know, 15 days out is a completely accurate amount of time to forecast the weather. (Hint: It’s not. Please don’t take that forecast seriously.) Checking the weather became so second nature that I was still watching weather reports and checking weather apps the morning of the wedding when the sun was streaming through my windows. You know, just in case.

2. You are the only person who will notice if one thing goes wrong.
Luckily for us, nothing really “went wrong” during the day. There were a few minor hiccups that only my husband and I noticed. For example, I spent so much time in the months before worrying over the outdoor sound system so that both my cousin could play our ceremony music and our officiant could have a microphone to use. I found a small, portable, battery-powered guitar amp, specifically with a mic input so that my cousin could play his guitar, and we could plug a mic in for our officiant to be heard. I was standing across from my husband and after getting over the shock of, you know, walking down the aisle, this thought flashed (very quickly) through my head:

….Where’s the microphone? Can people hear? Oh, well. Can’t fix it now.

The microphone my cousin brought didn’t end up working, and there had been no time to get a new one. The ceremony went on as is, our officiant’s voice booming without a mic. The whole ceremony was still beautiful. Moral of the story: just calm down. It’s all going to be fine.

3. Don’t care about what other people will think of your wedding.
I come from an Italian background where one Sunday dinner feeds you and your entire extended family, plus the neighbors and whoever else you feel like, for a week because all you do is just eat all. day. long. There’s a reason that stereotypes exist about Italian weddings. Our wedding was the antithesis to your typical Italian grandeur — I spent more time than I should have worried about what my extended family would think about my small-ish, outdoor, non-religious (read: not Catholic) ceremony with a reception at our local brewery where we had cocktail food and a taco bar. I’m not really sure why I focused so much energy on the judgements of everyone else when at the end of the day, I knew that my husband and I LOVED the wedding that we had planned. That really should have been good enough for me — it would have saved me a lot of needless anxiety.

Everything about our wedding was perfect to me. I loved watching my 10-year-old sister dance with my husband, I loved spending time with both of our families, and I loved the fact that I both laughed and cried when we said our vows. It was a beautiful, magical day — and I never, ever, ever want to do it again.

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Marine Corps Grants Hal Faulkner, Terminally Ill Gay Man, Tear-Inducing Last Wish

The United States Marine Corps. has finally given a gay former sergeant the long-awaited apology he deserved.

Hal Faulkner, 79, joined the Marines in 1953, according to the New York Times. He started as a private first class and, within the span of three years, went on to become a corporal and a sergeant, eventually getting assigned to a base in the Philippines.

In 1956, the then 22-year-old was discharged from the military after Faulkner’s commanding officer learned that he was gay. He was dismissed on an “undesirable discharge” and the officer wrote “homosexual” on Faulkner’s papers.

“They gave up on me,” he told the Times. “[I’ll] never forget it.”

Last year, Faulkner was diagnosed with cancer in his lungs, liver and adrenal glands, giving him only about six months to live.

He was determined to get one last wish granted: getting his military discharge appealed.

He’s been carrying this societal shame with him all these years,” Faulkner’s niece, Michelle Clark, told NPR. “We as a family had no idea the pain he had inside of him.”

It usually takes at least six months to correct an appeal, but his lawyer, Anne Brooksher-Yen, did everything she could to expedite the process, NPR reports. Two months later in mid-December, he finally got to right the wrongs from 58 years ago.

A ceremony was held on Friday at an apartment in Faulkner’s building. He was surrounded by his friends and family as two young Marines in uniform presented Faulkner with his papers.

This time, the word “homosexual” was not included.

“I don’t have much longer to live,” Faulkner said at the ceremony. “But I shall always remember it.”

Last year, J.J. Abrams set up a private screening of ‘Star Trek Into The Darkness’ to honor a dying man’s wish. The ‘Star Trek’ fan had been diagnosed with leukemia and wasn’t going to make it to see the movie, so the director made sure he did.

GPS for the Soul – The Huffington Post
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