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It’s Not Just the Virus…

The struggle to have safe gatherings is on-going, as the pandemic is far from tamed. The struggle to unite our country continues as well. But there are other struggles, more personal, within many families. The concept of the dysfunctional family has become a bit of a joke because everyone thinks their family is “not normal.” […]

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Highlights from 2012

In the spirit of end-of-the-year columns I want to share some highlights from this, my eighth year as a Celebrant. I officiated a wedding in the little schoolhouse in Hickory Run State Park; the couple had their first date at the park and having the ceremony where they shared many good times was meaningful and […]

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Children in Wedding Ceremonies

I am getting so many requests now to officiate and my calendar is filling up. So often there are children involved, and to me, this is an exciting opportunity. A wedding ceremony is never just about the couple. It is also a joining of families and communities. Even with an elopement, there are now in-laws, […]

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