Festivals, barbecues, camping, weddings, travelling…all Summer time activities!
It’s been a busy but beautiful, sunshine filled Summer.
In fact, so busy that I haven’t posted for over a month. I apologize to my followers. I appreciate you and hope that you have had a busy yet relaxing Summer as well and will continue to check out my blog and see what’s new.
The CNUF 2013 was a great success and those of you who made it out to the festival in Dauphin, Manitoba were so fortunate. The weather was perfect, the entertainment was phenomenal and the hospitality of the people from Dauphin was as usual… fantastic. There’s just something about the music, the dancing and the food at the festival that brings out the best in everyone, Ukrainian or not!
It has also been a great Summer for weddings!
Congratulations to all newly married couples out there! So nice to see so many couples believing in “’til death do us part”.
There seems to be an increasing number of couples today wondering what’s so special about marriage. Some do not see the need.
It may sound old-fashioned (because I am) but the purpose of marriage is to “mutually complete one another and to experience companionship”. I quote this because I heard it many years ago in our “married life class” that we took prior to being married in our church.
I think it ‘s important to be reminded that marriage was the first institution God created. Marriage was not intended to be given up on whenever it gets tough. There needs to be unconditional love and interdependence in a marriage. When children are involved, this becomes even more important. The longer that my husband and I are married, the more I understand about love and commitment. We commit ourselves to one another unconditionally every day.
And with weddings, also comes wedding traditions. So many of you are wanting Ukrainian wedding breads, Korovai. They are so beautiful and of course you want to keep them as long as possible.
I have had several requests for ways to preserve the Korovai that many of you newly weds had at your wedding. Please see the page that I posted for preserving your wedding bread under the heading Korovai !
Enjoy the last bits that Summer has to offer in the next few weeks!
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