The right one for me

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Thank God you love me

For who I am

I’m blessed beyond words

That you completely understand

Nobody else can seem

To figure out our connection

And I just want to wrap myself

In your endless love and affection

The world can be cruel

And say we’re not right

I dare them to judge us

And cause a huge fight

Because with you by my side

I’m happy as can be

It really doesn’t matter

What the world thinks they see

 

Written by, Michelle Cook

 

Dedicated to my daughter Amy and her fiancé Stephen.  Don’t listen to the world… just listen to your hearts.   ❤


Photo credit: voraciousbookworms.blogspot.com

30 responses to “The right one for me

  1. Stuff the world I say……..

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  2. I second that! 😉

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  3. What a beautiful and captivating post! God bless you and the couple, you dedicated to 🙂

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  4. You’re welcome 🙂

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  5. Ahh, your daughter’s engaged!? Exciting!!!:)

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  6. Yes she is. Wedding dress shopping at the moment. 🙂

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  7. I’ll be you’re one ecstatic momma!! But I’m sure it’s a little bittersweet, too, seeing Amy all grown up and to marry soon. How old is she again?

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  8. Lovely, Michelle. What a sweet post for your daughter and her fiance.

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  9. I’m completely excited, especially after all she’s been through over the last two years. She’ll be 20 when she marries in December.

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    This reminds me of The Princess Bride… Twue Blave.

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  11. I don’t recall ever seeing that movie. Maybe I’ll have to watch it.

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    Uh-oh! I guess you wouldn’t relate then. Well, there is one scene where the hero admits that the thing driving him is true love, but because of all the torture he has just been through obtaining it, cannot pronounce the words. It comes out “Twue Blave”.
    True love is very much what you’ve described above. 🙂

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  13. Awesome!! She’s your second oldest, correct?

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  14. I really need to being thinking and believing that more that I really do.

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  15. You’ve never seen The Princess Bride?

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  16. I thought so.

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  17. Nope… at least I don’t recall ever having seen it.

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  18. Inconceivable! 🙂

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  19. I’m not a big fan of movies and I forget many of them shortly after seeing them anyway. I prefer to read. I’m definitely the oddball in the family.

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  20. Such a beautiful poem, and sweet dedication. My daughter got married just a month after her 20th birthday. Fourteen years together, so far.

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  21. Thank you. My daughter will be 20 as well. 🙂

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  22. It is what I read in the comments 🙂

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  23. I am the oddball of my family, too. That’s putting it mildly, actually. It’s more like I’m the outsider. I’ll take a book over film or TV any day. When I said “inconceivable!” before, I was making a joke, as that’s a famous line from the movie.:)

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  24. Just thought I’d clarify.:)

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