I felt bad.

It had been perfectly sunny in Boracay, however, the day prior to the wedding, the weather turned sour. I met my couple at Discovery Shores and the bride, Leah, was visibly distressed, albeit hiding her frustration with a still charming smile. David said, - "We have this everyday in London", referring to the gray skies, pouring rain and gusty winds.

I couldn't help but empathize with them.

I advised them to let go and just be happy. Beautiful venues and cooperative weather are well and good, but it's always about the people. ALWAYS ABOUT THE PEOPLE in the wedding.

We woke up the next day to the same thing. Tough.

But it was nice to see Leah in high spirits. Ready for the wedding. The sun was peeking through though. Everybody was crossing their fingers. I was bracing for a miracle. Of which was the crux of the video I was making.

Ten past four and a downpour ensued again. Crap! This will crush my bride and groom's spirits. (Not to mention the fact that I have to rework my approach for the SDE).

Half past four and the miracle happened. Prayers and patience did it. The rain halted and the ceremony began. Not a drop from the sky interrupted the wedding.

The sun came out, smiling on everybody.

Music: A Careful Hope by Circadian Eyes

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