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    'a writing about the feelings of a wedding'

    1) I am writing a note of my elder sister' wedding taken place last night which I am going to send it all to those attended the wedding, particularly to the couple, so as to let the true feelings from their wedding moving on. How should I describe in a few sentences or a short paragraph for a small wedding with only relatives and closed friends were invited, but you could find the close family bonding, genuine blessing from all to the couple, the song presented from the couple's son and daughter accompanied by the dance demonstrated by the bride's younger sister (me), brought love to the air in the venue, touching everybody's hearts. The couple's are showered with blessings and spoiled with love from each others. Witnessing the stages the couple had gone through to being one who looked after the wedding from zero to the completion, I was overcome with emotion and proven there is genuine love in existance, at least one right in front of me.

    The bride, my sister, the one I know well changed totally from her innermost self, becoming to a blissful little lady under the wing of my brother-in-law, one who put none but my sister always in the most importance.

    A chance to meet does not always prove a straight road to a commitment. The couple have been through all thorny phases. What sort of fairy tale could one be fascinated? My reading is merely acceptance with unconditional love which I am flooded with this newly-wed couple around.

    Your advice and comment please.

    2) What should I call this particular sort of writing, 'a writing about the feelings of a wedding'?


    Tks / ju

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    Re: 'a writing about the feelings of a wedding'

    How about "Reflections on a wedding"
    or "Reflections on the wedding of my sister"?

    People often ask what a "reflection paper" is. When you are assigned one, you won't have to ask.

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    Re: 'a writing about the feelings of a wedding'

    Quote Originally Posted by Barb_D View Post
    How about "Reflections on a wedding"
    or "Reflections on the wedding of my sister"?

    People often ask what a "reflection paper" is. When you are assigned one, you won't have to ask.
    Hi Barb_D,

    How about the comment/advice on my piece of 'reflections on my sister's wedding'. I badly need voices before I send out. Please....

    Tks / ju

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