It was one hell of a time for this unfortunate couple.They were supposed to get married on the Sept. 24 at Grass Lawn in Gulfport, but Katrina altogether changed their lives. Their wedding site was totally swept away and not to mention about their new home in Diamondhead too. They lost everything: and ever since their wedding was on hold.
Than they planned to get married on the New Year Eve but than the guys cousin got killed in a car accident, and this followed the death of their beloved grandmother. And finally when the couples will take their wedding vows finally this Friday it was a moment to remember forever.
The ceremony will be cast live on televisions and it is believed by the cast team that nearly millions of people will be glued to the television to witness this moving occasion.
All week, the two have been featured prominently on the ABC morning television program “Live with Regis and Kelly,” culminating in their dream wedding Friday morning (the program, operating on a one-hour delay, airs locally from 9-10 a.m. on WLOX).
“Wow, I’m still trying to wrap my mind around it,” said McNinch, 30, an attorney at the Gulfport firm of Deutsch, Kerrigan & Stiles. “It’s an incredible thing, such a great gift that we’ve been given. It’s the first thing that a lot of our family and friends have had to smile about since Hurricane Katrina. We’ve had too many lows since the storm.”
Each year, one worthy couple, prevented by circumstances from keeping their wedding date, is selected from among thousands for the nuptials of a lifetime. Both the couple is in the top of the world. It is like a god’s gift to them.