You know how sometimes married people lose that loving feeling? I know where they find it again.
They find it at weddings.
Maybe just for a moment, but they find it nonetheless.
It typically starts at the actual ceremony. You see the couples steal loving glances at each other during the vows. I assume they’re gazing at one another thinking “I just love love so much!” or maybe “I remember when I just loved love so much.”
Then there’s the reception. One minute everyone’s having a good time, chatting and singing along to a catchy song. It’s an all play. The next minute you turn to say something to your friend, but can’t because she’s GAZING LOVINGLY at her husband. A quick glance around the room tells you that it’s happening.
Love. It’s in the air.
Couples probably don’t notice it, since they’re the source of it. But I see it.
No…I FEEL it.
So I sip my Baptist wedding tea, or we-knew-you’d-need-something-stronger-wedding wine, take a picture of the centerpiece, and pray to God the Cha Cha slide starts playing immediately.
I mean, it’s a PROVEN FACT that the Cha Cha slide is the only thing that can snap everyone out of this moment.