A woman has called off her wedding to a ghost after he fell into a bad gang and started taking drink and drugs while they were holidaying together.
Amethyst Realm joined Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield on today’s episode of This Morning where she lifted the lid on her heartbreak, explaining that she called things off with Ray and used sage to keep him at bay.
‘We’ve called the wedding off,’ Amethyst said. ‘It was going really well until we went on holiday and that was about last May and then he completely changed.
‘I think maybe he fell in with a bad crowd when we were on holiday. He just started becoming really inconsiderate, he’d disappear for long periods of time, when he did come back, he’d bring other spirits to
Reagan Simmons Hancock was ecstatic about having a new baby, a daughter named Braxlynn who was due next month. “I’m so ready for Brax to be here,” the 21-year-old Texas mom recently told a friend. “I’m scared she’s fixing to come faster. I feel like she’s going to be here before November.”
That friend, Abby Mathis, remembers telling Reagan, “Let’s pray she stays in there as long as she can so she’s extremely healthy.”
But Reagan’s and her unborn baby’s lives would be cut short days later, on Oct. 9—when another so-called friend, Taylor Rene Parker, allegedly killed her, snatched her unborn child from her belly, and fled before a state trooper pulled her over.
According to police, Parker told the Texas trooper she had just had a baby on the side of the road and the newborn wasn’t
DEAR MISS MANNERS: My sister-in-law is having her first child. She has emailed family and friends a link to her registry for items she feels she needs for her coming baby boy.
On the list are items like new dish sets for the family, a car rooftop storage box, a very expensive baby/toddler cart that is pulled by a bicycle ($379), and things are specifically for toddlers, not babies.
Is this the new normal for baby registries? With the current economic issues happening due to COVID-19, many people cannot afford expensive purchases, especially for a baby who will not be making use of the items in the near future.
I was going to purchase some of the smaller, more affordable items, but I overheard my sister-in-law complain to my mother-in-law that only the cheap items are being purchased and they would rather have the very expensive ones.
And that’s certainly the case for an anonymous Reddit user’s sister who has demanded that her sibling put off her wedding for a year since hers has been postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Reddit user SouthApprehensive686 sought guidance on whether they were being harsh for not wanting to fulfill their sister’s request.
BRIDE GETS BACKLASH AFTER SHARING HER GRANDPA’S $4G WEDDING DRESS BUDGET ISN’T ENOUGH, WANTS TO ASK FOR MORE
“She got engaged last year and her wedding was supposed to be in August, now rescheduled for August next year,” the user began in their post. “However, two weeks ago my boyfriend proposed and were now engaged. We want to have our wedding next winter, around November/December-ish. It’ll probably be something very small.”
An anonymous Reddit user’s sister has suggested that their sibling get married in 2022, so she has a moment to shine. (iStock)
During the week of your wedding, you need to check on the arrangement for the last time to be ready for the D-Day. Of course, there will be special attention to your wedding attire, makeup and beauty appointments, but you also need to talk to your vendors and wedding planner to see if everything is on its place.
During this busy moment, it’s very normal for you to overlook something which may later create a big problem. So, here are some important to-dos for the week of your wedding.
Don’t forget about these essential to-dos in the week of your wedding.
Talk to your vendors
Talk to all of your vendors like for the last to see if everything is set for the function. Ask them if they need anything and about the backup plans for emergencies. Most importantly, complete all your payments.
SEATTLE — It was after 3 p.m. and the breakfast dishes had long been put away, but Gloria Witt was happy to make toast. She almost had to.
She and her husband, Frank, had spent the last hour talking about their toaster, a 1949 Sunbeam T-20 model; a two-slicer so shiny you can see yourself in it.
That’s all it was, really — a reliable appliance — until their daughter, Margaret, took a photo of the couple on their 71st wedding anniversary last month, and had them hold the toaster between them. It had been a wedding gift.
But unlike so many that had been spent, lost or broken, this one had been with them every day of their marriage. Through three kids, their careers as schoolteachers, the lazy summers that followed and decades of retirement.
The Witts — Frank is 92, Gloria is 93 — still use the toaster.
Not holding back. Jana Kramer took out her anger on a sentimental item after learning about husband Mike Caussin‘s past infidelity.
The couple, who wed in May 2015, appeared on The Dr. Oz Show on Friday, October 9, to discuss their rocky relationship timeline and their new book, The Good Fight. Kramer, 36, has spoken candidly about working through her marriage with the former NFL player, 33, and admitted on Friday that forgiving him for his mistakes “was not easy.”
“I smashed a bunch of stuff,” the country singer recalled. “I wrote all over his wedding tux, ‘a–hole.’ I was mean, and I was angry, and I shamed him. I was rageful.”
Us Weekly broke the news in September 2016 that the retired athlete cheated on Kramer with multiple women. Less than a year before the scandal made headlines, the Dancing
The couple celebrated their 15th wedding anniversary on Wednesday by posting sweet tributes to one another on Instagram.
“15 years ago today I married the kindest, funniest and weirdest human I’ve ever met. Grateful every single day!!!” the actress, 50, wrote, sharing a photo of the pair kissing.
Falcone shared a humorous photo of McCarthy holding two rabbits, saying that he found the picture in his phone but “can’t remember seeing it before.”
“Two things: A) I’m so lucky and grateful to be married to such a lovely, smart, kind and wonderful person B) why is there a skunk in the picture?” the actor, 47, wrote in the caption. “Happy fifteenth Anniversary, Mooch! Here’s to 500 more (I am assuming we will kinda be robots for 400 of those years)”
While some parents rack up debt paying for weddings, police allege a Unity man pocketed $4,000 on his daughter’s nuptials last month — an alleged scheme that landed him in the county jail.
Joseph A. Malago, 48, was arraigned last week on multiple charges of forgery, theft and writing worthless checks to pay for his daughter’s $10,000 wedding Sept. 19 in Hempfield Park.
When state troopers arrived Sept. 29 at his home just outside of Youngstown Borough to seize devices they believed he used to print the checks, they say they also confiscated multiple guns and ammunition. As a felon, he also is charged with illegal possession of firearms.
Trooper Troy Faulk alleges that after Malago paid a $4,000 down payment to the wedding vendor, Windswept Promotions of Unity, Malago had