A Cup of Comfort for Weddings: Something Old, Something New

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Helen Kay Polaski
Adams Media Corporation, 2006 - Reference - 325 pages
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- Perfect wedding shower gift for the bride-to-be
- More than 5 million people get married each year
- Over 1 million Cup of Comfort books in print
A Cup of Comfort for Weddings pays tribute to that most important of days when people make their everlasting love for each other official. Readers will share in both the excitement of new love and the steadfastness of long-time love with:
- Judy Ann, the preacher's daughter, who married under the loving eyes of her entire town
- Ellen, who married her high school sweetheart after a forty year separation caused by a misunderstanding
- Linda, who at thirty-two was accused of being too picky and too jaded to marry--but proved them all wrong when she fell in love at first sight
A Cup of Comfort for Weddings is a delight for newlyweds and those celebrating golden anniversaries alike with more than fifty tender tales of commitment, adoration, and intimate bonds.

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Helen Kay Polaski (Milan, MI) married her own high school sweetheart and raised three children with him. She has more than twenty years of experience as a professional writer.

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