This is fantastic. And, without taking a thing away from this couple, gay
couples can become part of this montage, too. And they're going to, thanks
to the state of utah.
Not wanting to be insensitive, but also curious (perhaps a follow-up article
after the marriage, down the road a bit) -- but not completely understanding her
physical situation... Will they be able to have children? And if so, how they
combine their abilities to make that work.In any case, best of life
to both of them... and congratulations on finding love, companionship and each
Both other comments referenced an issue I commented on earlier that was not
printed.If, as Utah contends, marriage is about procreation and only
procreation, then, if this couple is incapable of having children due to their
situation (it could be deadly for this woman to carry a child); then should Utah
allow this marriage to take place?
So much better than the notebook or the fault in our stars...Thank
you for sharing this love story. May God bless them!
What an awesome story! Best of luck to this couple. It's beautiful to see
how love and faith can make two "I"s a "we" and the whole world
gets a little brighter.
"I think just the way my mind works, I always just knew I could do whatever
I wanted to do"- Blaine WhippleAs someone with a disability similar to
Whipple's, I find his story very inspiring. If I work hard enough, even
with my physical limitations, I can accomplish anything.
What a beautiful story! Congratulations to this couple. I think they both have
more strength and ability than they realize. They have really inspired me!