The Wedding Plan – A Movie Review
Have you ever heard of a bride who plans a wedding WITHOUT a groom?
Well, that’s the premise for this wonderful foreign film. It’s been a long time since I’ve watched a foreign film and I was so glad I chose to watch this one on Amazon Prime!
When Michal’s fiancé breaks off their engagement right before the wedding, she’s determined to move forward with her wedding plans. A Jew, she has deep faith that the Lord will provide a groom for her. She’s deeply religious, sometimes funny and she has an unusual occupation. She owns a mobile petting zoo. It’s kind of cool to see a woman petting snakes and furry rabbits, owning her own business. Michal was so determined to find a husband for her wedding.
I highly doubt I’d have had the guts to go through with a wedding, thinking God would provide a husband for me, if my fiancé were to cancel our engagement. That takes a lot of faith and courage. This story was a labyrinth of Michal meeting men as she seeks for a groom.
Overall, a highly unique, highly recommended movie.
So, have you ever heard of a bride who plans a wedding WITHOUT a groom?
On Monday (August 6th), I’ll be removing these three box sets from Amazon. I published these via my company, Divine Desserts Publishing, LLC. This is a bittersweet moment for me. I’ve had fun publishing these box sets with my author friends and as a result I’ve gained lots of exposure for my other works. Although it’s been fun, it’s time to take down the sets. They’ve run their course and I’ll be publishing other sets later this year! YEAH!!!
I highly encourage you to purchase copies of these sets before they are gone forever. You can’t beat the price – 99c per box set! That’s seventeen stories for less than $3! You can’t beat that! These Christmas and summer sweet stories will fill your heart with gladness!
Frosting and Flurries
Picnics and Promises
Snowflakes and Snuggles
Cottage by the Sea by Debbie Macomber
Have you ever suffered a traumatic experience – an experience that’s so devastating that you felt that you’d never heal?
Annie has suffered from a major tragedy. She’s now practically alone and only has a few relatives and close friends on which she can depend. She’s depressed and desperate to find happiness. She’s determined to find it in the cottage where she used to spend childhood summers with her family. When she arrives in Oceanside, she runs into Keaton – a man who remembers her very well from those childhood summers.
Keaton has his own issues. He’s always been a big and strong and he’s been teased by others because of his massive size. When Annie drops back into his life, it’s like a gift from heaven to him.
I thought this book was sweet, endearing and oh, so emotional. I really enjoyed seeing how Annie and Keaton interacted with each other in this beach town. Keaton is a man of few words, so communicating orally is a challenge for him. Plus, there’s an eclectic mix of secondary characters. Annie’s neighbor (Mellie) is a hoarder with a prickly personality. There’s also an animal lover who is interested in Mellie and Annie has a wide range of patients who suffer from massive problems.
I really enjoyed this heartwarming story and I’m sure you will enjoy it, too.
So, have you ever suffered a traumatic experience – an experience that’s so devastating that you felt that you’d never heal?
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