Married to her mind: part 3
Her mom put her hands on her chest and said, “things work out when you listen to your heart honey.” It was 06:30 p.m., the ballroom was packed with old friends, family, and even pardoned enemies. Her and the groom made their way down the aisle, there was loud music, people gossiping and holding up their iphone cameras. She felt sick to her stomach. Then from a distance, she saw her heart. He was sitting at a table that was covered in purple ribbons. He was dressed in a black suit, along with a purple tie. He wore a frown and said absolutely nothing. His sisters and parents were laughing the night away, taking selfies and dancing. For most of the wedding, he was alone at the table with a worried expression.