Talk about a memory you have of living in a small town.
"The day my father got married to Tyson was busy. First, I woke up, showered, brushed my teeth, and we all got up and went to the church. Me, my sister, and a lot of other people decorated the church with purple and black flowers. Then, me, my sister, Tyson's daughter Corey, all went to Tyson's house, Tyson's dad's house, and got our hair done. I was the first one. Tyson's sister, Desiree, did our hair. She did my hair with lots of curls put it all up with bobby pins. So, it was in a bun. Then, she did the same thing with my sister and Corey, except their hairs were down. Then, we went to the church and put on our dresses.
Then, it was time for the ceremony. Tyler and Tanner, Tyson's two oldest boys, got people seated in the right seats. Then, it was time. The music played, and first, my sister and Tanner walked down. Then, it was Corey and Tyler. Then, it was me and Taylor, Tyson's youngest. We got seated, the main music began to play, and Tyson and Ralph walked to the altar. Everyone got seated, and the preacher began to speak. When it came to the vows, Tyson was shaking so badly that even her words were shaky. My dad read his vows and his words came out clear and strong. Tyson and my dad both said, 'I do,' kissed, and the preacher said they were husband and wife."
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