Colin McKinnon and Katie Sain could not even imagine this unexpected turn of events that took place just before their wedding.
Although they already exchanged wedding vows back in 2015, it was the celebration with their closed family and friends they made arrangements for.
According to their plan, they were about to get married once again at the Seaside Park, followed by a grand reception afterward at the park pavilion. But things were not as simple as they were meant to be, the bomb blast that took place on Saturday shattered them completely as their wedding venue Seaside Park completely closed down.
The couple felt utterly devastated as the only thought that tickled their mind was how to get an alternate place as their wedding venue.
All guests already started coming to attend the wedding and just like a fairy tale, alls well that ends well. With their good luck, their reception venue the Park Pavilion, which was situated near the Sawmill Cafi had a nice beach spot which were offered to them as the wedding venue and they ultimately exchanged their vows while enjoying a beautiful scenic beauty of the ocean.
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It was nineteen years ago when John Palmer’s pool accident paralyzed him. It forced him to be in a wheelchair.
But all these difficulties and drawbacks did not stop him from having a dance at his wedding.
So Palmer, who is a 37-year-old software developer from Holt, won over his then fiancee, Corey Longley, 36, to attempt ballroom dance lessons to get set for their first dance as husband and wife before two-hundred guests on Saturday night in Ann Arbor.
A few days before the wedding at the University of Michigan Museum of Art, Palmer stated that everyone is anticipating them to do the same old slow dance with her sitting on her lap. Instead, the pair swirled and twirled at their reception to Ed Sheeran’s 2014 smash Thinking Out Loud. She was on both feet while Palmer prompted and drew each to the other in a choreographed love story on wheels.
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A man from Wichita convicted of stealing a wedding ring off a dying lady’s hand is now looking at twenty years of time in prison. On Monday, a Sedgwick County judge came with the sentence that Daquantrius Johnson has to spend 247 months in jail that is just more than twenty years. The total time he would work is really 3 combined sentences from many felony crimes in the last few decades.
Monday’s sentencing centered on the case against Daquantrius involving the theft of a wedding band from Danielle Zimmerman last year. Danielle had been in a fast food drive-through shop when she endured a brain aneurysm. It was in that time, Johnson as well as 2 other person found Danielle and proceeded to steal her band and many other items. Zimmerman passed away the very next day.
Kris Zimmerman, Danielle husband, was there for the sentencing earlier on Monday. He told that he was very relieved regarding the whole outcome. Kris Zimmerman said that he is glad regarding the outcome from the judge because he was offered probation as well as committed all these crimes while on probation so he obviously did not learn his lesson. Continue reading →