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
Tina Nguyen has a track record of helping people in need, whether it’s providing homeless women and children with care kits or fundraising for a local Minneapolis, Minn. pie shop owner put out of business by the pandemic. But her latest deed of offering her wedding dress for brides getting married during this unprecedented time is gaining nationwide attention as women across the country join her effort to give every bride an unforgettable day.
“What a privilege it was for me to have everything I wanted, to have the beautiful dress, the beautiful day,” Nguyen tells Yahoo Life of her September 2019 wedding. “To look back with the economic downturn that we are facing, especially with George Floyd, all of the racism and all of the pain that our cities face, I wanted to do something. I wanted to bring back joy. I wanted somebody’s first next life… when you
Zully O’Conner Suarez-Hall thought her wedding would be in Las Vegas.
She had always wanted to experience the casinos, and after seeing the wedding scene from “The Hangover” movie, she figured it’d be a great way to “tackle two birds with one stone.”
So when she and her now-husband, Ray Hall, fell in love — the two met while playing pool at Brody’s Bar and Grill on Lady’s Island — they began planning.
Knowing the price tag on a Vegas trip, the couple wanted to save enough money to do it right.
On Feb. 12, 2019, the Halls went to the UPS store next to Game Stop in Beaufort and had an employee notarize their wedding certificate. Their goal was to celebrate their two-year anniversary in Sin City.
But that dream was halted after a year of doctor visits and an eventual cancer diagnosis, resulting in surgery scheduled for Wednesday
A woman in Minneapolis wants to help other brides feel special on their wedding day by loaning out her designer dress.
Last week, Tina Nguyen posted a photo of her wedding dress on Facebook Marketplace offering to lend it to other women for free.
“I absolutely loved my wedding dress, it was one of the best parts of being a bride,” she wrote in her ad. “If you are planning your wedding, or know someone who is, and can not afford a wedding dress, please connect with me. I’ll lend my dress for the bride for her big day.”
The dress is a Paloma Blanca, she said in her ad. It is made with three layers of silk and costs more than $2,000, according to Minneapolis television station KARE 11.
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Nguyen wore the dress when she got married last year