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Posted on 04/05/2014 3:00:53 PM PDT by BenLurkin
Nearly one year after they were both seriously injured in the Boston Marathon attack, Rebekah Gregory and Pete DiMartino were married on Friday, following many tough months of recovery.
The couple said 'I do' on a 19th-century estate in North Carolina, with the bride slowly walking down the aisle using a special crutch for her left leg, which may soon be amputated due to the severity of her wounds.
She was guided by her father, Tim, and son Noah, six, down a bed of pink-and yellow-hued rose petals to her awaiting groom, NBC News reported.
Sniffles were heard throughout the short ceremony, though the crowd laughed when the officiant asked Rebekah if she would take DiMartino as her husband: "Absolutely!" she replied.
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Congratulations! The Bomber should be forced to watch a video of this happy moment.
It should be shown looped for 24 hours straight on TV in every Muslim infested land in the world.
This story would be so much better if it was a gay or lesbian couple
Enjoy, enjoy, enjoy!
The one muslim is enjoying his reward of 72 goats, Hopefully the other one will be joining him soon so that they can swap goats from time to time for a little verity.
full frontal you sound like a perv ?
the flowers at that wedding look hideously expensive. Being Scottish, I would just like to point that out.
What a handsome couple!
Thanks Leni. Need some positive today!
What joy! I’m so happy for them. Sometimes the good guys do win, despite Satan’s efforts.
Some of the comments on that article are hideous. People can be so filthy.
The devil made me do it.
What a delightful, uplifting relationship they have, and their marriage was indeed a fairytale of the first order. Loved the pics, especially all the pretty pink flowers flowing down from the top of the tent.
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