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   xoxoxoBruce  Monday Jul 16 09:53 PM

July 17th, 2018: Beach Wedding

It was all set, everyone decked out in their Sunday best, The bride in her gown, the day had come for the wedding on the beach.
But there were unexpected guests, thunder, lightning, wind, and torrential rain. There was no plan B.



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Just then a woman walked up to Gonzalez’s car window, umbrella-less and soaking wet, and made an offer that Gonzalez could hardly believe. Hold your wedding in my house, the woman told her.
The soaking wet woman, Cynthia Strunk, 67, and her husband, Shannon, 53, had been watching the wedding preparations from their beachfront home all morning.
Weddings are a fairly regular occurrence in Pascagoula, Miss., the beach town where the Strunks have lived since 1999. Strunk said she typically witnesses at least a handful of ceremonies every year — but she had never once seen one canceled by weather.


Strunk asked for just 10 minutes to get the house ready. The Strunks’ home is usually a little bit messy — a state of affairs Strunk attributes to having “lots of grandchildren.” But as luck would have it, the house was “nice and clean” that day, she said.

The Strunks have a large extended family, so they always keep roughly two dozen extra chairs stashed away for get-togethers and reunions. Working quickly, the couple pulled the chairs from storage and positioned them in rows in “the gallery,” a large, square room in the heart of the house that has marble floors, a concert piano and a vestibule at one end that Strunk decided would function nicely as a makeshift altar.


So 50 guests squeezed in, sitting and standing for a beautiful wedding.

I think Shannon married her for her money.

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BigV  Monday Jul 16 10:49 PM

PEOPLE ARE AWESOME.



xoxoxoBruce  Monday Jul 16 11:47 PM

Some are.



Gravdigr  Tuesday Jul 17 04:55 PM

Good on ya, Strunks!



burns334  Friday Jul 20 11:35 AM

How VERY nice



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