Everyday this week is filled with tying up loose ends, packing boxes with what is needed on the day of, getting hair and nails done up, finishing the last minute shopping for food for the wedding, etc. As I related last week, there is a team of workers (I call them "Chef Rosa and her Cuisine Dream Team") from the church that my husband and I attend who will cook and serve a sit-down-meal, but my daughter and I must do the shopping for it.
We are also picking up a "chuppah" for the wedding. A chuppah is a canopy that is used in Jewish weddings (my husband is Jewish though he is a Christian), and it symbolizes various aspects of the marriage, one of which is the wife's role of helper. I will write a post on that soon.
But the chuppah also represents the home of the new couple. It has a fabric covering and a frame, but characteristically it has no sides. This symbolizes that God will provide a roof over the newlywed's, and that they should respond to His provision by always having an open door to their loved ones.
But enough about the wedding. What you are here for is the tidy tip. So, keep reading:
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