What more can be said? We’re leaving tomorrow for the Mayan Riviera with fifty-nine of our closest family and friends. That’s almost half the capacity of the plane. Deborah, me, Katherine Faith, Jasmine, Griffin, Miigwans and Fiona. A whole lot of fun, sunshine and relaxation.
Oh… and we’re getting married on Saturday.
Woo hoo!! I can’t believe the wait is over. The time is finally here.
There is nothing more exciting to me than marrying my beloved Deborah. She’s all the heaven, moon and the stars to me. Our Spirits have long settled down together and we’re thrilled to share our commitment and this special moment with our friends and family.
Together, our Love swells like the ocean surge, riding an overwhelming spiritual tide that reaches our every shore. I am so thankful to our Creator, the Spirit World and every force of nature that brought Deborah and I together. I feel so blessed that she begins this walk with me, and for all that she gives me with her Love, respect, kindness and beauty. I will endeavour to bring her happiness and joy for the rest of our lives. I’m so happy and thankful for you, my Love. Miigwetch G’zhemnidoo mno bimaadiziwin.
Deborah and I will spend our first week with our guests, then another week, just ourselves, on our honeymoon. We’re going to be doing some scuba-diving, snorkelling, visiting historic Mayan ruins and other romantic endeavours. We’ve got a plane-load of books to read by the pool and on the beach. I’m looking forward to tasting the salt-water on my lips, and floating far from the shore which is a bit of a ritual for me. Ahhh, paradise.
In case you’re interested, here’s the itinerary: