he told her that he could not get leave to come. She was disappointed. At the last minute, he received leave for the wedding and without time to tell her showed up at the ceremony. She instantly began crying (happy tears) and her makeup was running all over but she did not care, she was too happy.
Oh, I saw that and it was so emotional! Too bad he didn't get to stay but a day but I know it made his sister so very happy and the wedding so much more special!
That is so wonderful ... Happy Tears! What a sweet blessing they received.
Yahoo! Love when things like this happen. Best wishes for the happy couple.
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