The love story of Jason and Jennifer began eight years ago when they met through a mutual friend. It was love at first sight for both of them. Jason says he fell for her really fast, and Jennifer says she knew immediately that Jason was the man she would marry!
Over the next few years their love grew and deepened as they reached many milestones together, including adding Jaiden, Mason and Brooklyn to their family.
Jason and Jennifer are best friends and soul mates, and they believe that “if you put in the effort, there’s nothing you can’t accomplish.”
As a special part of their wedding ceremony, Jason asked his mother to give a reading based on 1st Corinthians 13:4-8. Her words are beautiful and timeless.
“It is a privilege to stand with you all today to declare the presence of love between Jason and Jennifer.
“When love and faith come together and hold hands with hope they become invincible shields to one another. Together they can overcome any issue.
“The bond created by the spirits of love, faith and hope brings peace. If we have no peace it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other. (Mother Teresa)
“So it is good to know that a life without love is an empty existence. Love has been declared the greatest spirit of all that lives within us;
“This is made evident by the fact that the nature of love is patient, kind and never gives up hope, because hope is the substance of things not yet known to us;
“Love does not keep a tally of wrong doings;
“Love drives out unkind words, even if it comes from us;
“Love has immeasurable strength that perseveres far beyond our imagination;
“We must find rest and know that love never fails.”
Who knew that Los Angeles College of Chiropractic would be the place to find true love?!
Heather and Billy met in September of 2009 during orientation for the first term of chiropractic school. At first they were so busy with their studies that they didn’t really notice each other in “that” way.
Eventually, though, they were able to have a bit of a social life, and after a school event at Knott’s Berry Farm they began texting and talking, and getting to know each other. Their relationship grew slowly, but over time they realized they wanted to spend the rest of their lives together.
So after securing her father’s blessing, and planning a very special New Year’s Eve surprise, Billy asked Heather to become his wife and his partner for life. She said “Yes!” and on April 5, 2013, before their dearest friends and family members, they were married in the Villa Courtyard at Arden Hills Resort and Spa.
As their first anniversary neared, I contacted Heather to confirm their mailing address so I could send their special anniversary card.
I knew that Heather had grown up in Northern California, while Billy was a SoCal guy, and that they would eventually need to make a tough post-graduation decision about where to settle down, open their chiropractic practices, and eventually raise a family.
Heather responded to my email, telling me that she had been given the opportunity to build a practice – Michie Chiropractic – in the Rocklin / Roseville California area, and she and Billy had moved to Placer County.
Congratulations, Heather and Billy! I hope your dreams continue to come true, personally and professionally.
And Happy Anniversary! May you enjoy many, many more!
“The love story of Terrance and La Shunna began about 25 years ago, when she was only 15 years old, and he was much older – 21!
“Because she wasn’t allowed to date until she turned 18, her mother was quite emphatic about squelching any relationship between them.
“But Terrance was patient and persistent; he knew La Shunna was the woman of his dreams. And because her grandmother liked him and would allow him to come sit on her porch, Terrance and La Shunna spent three years talking and getting to know each other before they ever went on a date.”
In honor of their love and commitment to each other, they renewed their vows in a ceremony held at Arden Hills Resort and Spa in Sacramento.
In the presence of their three children, many family members, and numerous dear friends Terrance and La Shunna read vows, exchanged rings, and promised to continue to be each other’s best friend and greatest inspiration.
Congratulations, Terrance and La Shunna! May you continue to “love like you mean it,” and may you celebrate many, many more years as husband and wife!
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Planting a tree to celebrate a marriage is an ancient tradition shared by numerous cultures around the world. With its strong roots, continual growth and long lifespan, the wedding tree is a living testament to the love two people share.
A Tree for Jason and Allison
Jason and Allison are an adventurous couple with a great love of the outdoors, so the Grand Sierra Pointe in Foresthill, with a reception at the Forest House Lodge, was the perfect location for their December 2013 wedding.
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It’s a joy to be able to do something that you love doing.
I feel very blessed to be able to perform wedding ceremonies and celebrate with couples as they take this important step on their journey together.
And it is humbling to learn that the readers of Style Magazine feel that I’m doing a good job.
“The love story of Joseph and Andrea began more than six years ago. He was the handsome FedEx delivery man and she noticed that he often came to her office without any packages, just so he could talk with her. One conversation led to another, and their interest in each other grew.
“She appreciated his charming, caring nature and fun sense of humor; he was drawn to her beautiful eyes and her gentle, sweet demeanor. They began dating, and quickly recognized they were meant for each other. So Joseph asked Andrea to become his wife and his partner for life, and of course she said ‘Yes!’”
During their courtship Joseph frequently demonstrated his delightful sense of humor by sending illustrated declarations of his love to Andrea via email. Read more »
Although most of my ministerial work involves writing and performing wedding ceremonies, I am occasionally called upon to conduct a memorial or celebration of life service.
I was recently contacted by a local funeral director who asked me to officiate at the service for his father-in-law, Ken. I was honored to do so. Read more »
Jason and Celina were married today in Foresthill, with the beautiful Sierra Nevada mountains as their ceremony backdrop. (Their reception was held at the Forest House Lodge, one of my favorite wedding venues.)
I am confident Jason and Celina will have a long and happy marriage, in part because they were raised with the example of longevity in marriage. Both sets of parents have been married for 30 years or more, and have exemplified the value of respect, good communication, and knowing how and when to give and take in a relationship.
Congratulations, Jason and Celina! May you endlessly delight one another and may you love and fulfill each other always.