. . . there was a young girl who dreamed of a wedding in August with the reception outside. She had it all planned out. But then her betrothed received his dream (for a college student) job. He would have to be in Cedar for the entire month of August. The wedding date had to change.
The girl was crushed, but also excited. This job was a blessing; they would now have a place to live. But the yard would not be done. She started stressing. Would her dress get here in time? Could she plan everything in time? What if their wasn't an opening at the Salt Lake Temple? Could she really get married in Provo?!?!
And then she took a deep breath. And things began to come together. They decided on a Monday wedding because of all the business of the job, and the temple was open. Her dress was scheduled to arrive at least three weeks before the wedding. And family friends were able to arrange a bargain on a reception hall. The colors had already been decided on, making dressing the siblings a cinch.
And the evil stress was crushed!
Now, to find a job . . .