This Dying Daddy-Daughter Wedding Dance Takes Place on a Hospital Bed
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The Dying Daddy-Daughter Wedding Story
Some family events are sad like a job loss, a college rejection, the death of a family member or a relationship gone wrong and now ending.
Other family events are happy like a new birth, a graduation, a college acceptance, a new job or a blossoming relationship about to take off in a marriage ceremony.
Not so often, but on some occasions, some of the sad and some of the happy elements are combined in one event.
This is a real life and death story of a wedding ceremony being brought to the hospital room of a father with terminal cancer.
Seeing the video is, in itself, an emotional experience.
Imagining how this kind of event might have been on your own wedding day takes the emotion to another level.
Watch the video with an open heart and let it give you a feeling of blessing and joy if nowhere in your family has anything like this or even close to this happened.
And if you have experienced something like this or close to it, take heart that it is possible to mix joy and sorrow and come out with joy and fulfillment.
David Haliburton Wilson, thanks for sharing. Dr. Lisa Wilson Pantoja has her wedding in her dad’s hospital room. They then share a touching father/daughter first dance to Whitney Houston’s version of I Will Always Love You.
Mr. Wilson passed away on September 2, 2014.
Wow! I still can’t fully grasp the emotions of that experience, except to say they were worth the cost.
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