The barn sat at the bottom of the hill just under the towering trees. There was a balcony at the top and it connected the two rooms: his and hers. Sara stepped onto the deck and snuck over to his door for a whisper or two. He made her laugh and she couldn't stop giggling even with a door between the two of them. Then the time went quickly. Her friends helped her into her dress, she put on her jewelry, and she walked down the stairs. And down more stairs until she could see Keith standing there. He wasn't facing her but he was waiting for her. Her pace quickened and then she was tapping him on the shoulder and he was turning around: it was his first look at his bride.
Sara and Keith are two of the warmest people that you might ever meet. They have this way of making you feel like you're at home when you're with them. And if you're one of the blessed ones who call them friends, you know what I mean. It's a good thing too because wherever they are together is going to be home for them and the people they meet along the way.