New Folder(2)7 (by Wooway1)

May you live long and prosper!

New Folder(2)7 (by Wooway1)

May you live long and prosper!

(via Light Of My Life « AwkwardFamilyPhotos.com 06/17/2013)
pre-nuptial gynecological exam…

(via Light Of My Life « AwkwardFamilyPhotos.com 06/17/2013)

pre-nuptial gynecological exam…

(via Flickr: LlGC ~ NLW’s Photostream)

Wedding of Marion Jones and S G Beard wedding at St David’s Presbyterian Church, Shrewsbury

Geoff Charles

(via Flickr: LlGC ~ NLW’s Photostream)

Wedding of Marion Jones and S G Beard wedding at St David’s Presbyterian Church, Shrewsbury

Geoff Charles

hoodoothatvoodoo:

Bride Barbara Alvin putting a lucky sixpence in her shoe for her wedding.
Photo by Nina Leen

hoodoothatvoodoo:

Bride Barbara Alvin putting a lucky sixpence in her shoe for her wedding.

Photo by Nina Leen

(via Mississippi church bans African American wedding after complaints | World news | guardian.co.uk)

…"When I got the news I couldn’t believe it at first," Charles Wilson told the Jackson Clarion-Leader. “This is not a matter of colour for me, it’s about God, and what better place to get married than God’s sanctuary. God’s love is colour blind.”
Wilson confronted the pastor, Stan Weatherford, and asked him what had happened. According to Wilson, he replied that he had “received all sorts of phone calls, text messages, and it was just not going to happen”.
Later, Weatherford told the local channel WLBT News that weddings of black couples had never happened before in the church, “so it was setting a precedent, and there were those who reacted to that”. He added: “I didn’t want to have a controversy within the church, and I didn’t want a controversy to affect the wedding of Charles and Te’Andrea. I wanted to make sure their wedding day was a special day…”

are you fucking kidding me…

(via Mississippi church bans African American wedding after complaints | World news | guardian.co.uk)

"When I got the news I couldn’t believe it at first," Charles Wilson told the Jackson Clarion-Leader. “This is not a matter of colour for me, it’s about God, and what better place to get married than God’s sanctuary. God’s love is colour blind.”

Wilson confronted the pastor, Stan Weatherford, and asked him what had happened. According to Wilson, he replied that he had “received all sorts of phone calls, text messages, and it was just not going to happen”.

Later, Weatherford told the local channel WLBT News that weddings of black couples had never happened before in the church, “so it was setting a precedent, and there were those who reacted to that”. He added: “I didn’t want to have a controversy within the church, and I didn’t want a controversy to affect the wedding of Charles and Te’Andrea. I wanted to make sure their wedding day was a special day…”

are you fucking kidding me…