Dabriel Ding:  The Ring Bearer

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Tia Katy:  “Hey Gabriel would you like to be our ring bearer?”

 Dabriel:  “Uhhhhh, sure.”

 Tia Katy: “Okay, Tia Thay will give you the ring before the ceremony.”

Finally, the ceremony came and I was so happy!  For the time being, all I had to do was sit and wait until the rings were handed out.  It took a while for my job to happen.  Meanwhile, Vovo (my grandad) wanted the rings, but I was like… “No, these rings are safe!”

At the same time, Katy and Moema were telling stories about how much they loved each other and I was almost crying.  I was shaking and my body was shaking!  I tensed my muscles and you could see my eyes fill up with water, but my eye lashes kept the water in.

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Soon it was time for the rings to be passed out.  I was so excited!  Little by little, I walked to them and gave both of them the rings.  At first, I thought I had to just give it to them right away when the ceremony started. I had to give it to them when they finished their love stories.  Next, I walked back to my seat……

In the first place I had no idea I was going to be the ring bearer.  I felt very happy to be the ring bearer.  I was very nervous, because I had to walk and so many people were watching me. I had to be very suave.  

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Then, there was a pool party where everyone jumped into the pool.  I was the first one in the pool and I was in my wedding clothes!  I cannoned balled everyone in the pool.  Water went into their faces.  Splash!

To conclude, I learned from that experience that the ring bearer is a very important job.  When it was over, there was a sigh of relief.

Hey Tia Thay! Do you want some “Thai” food?  Hahahah!  Do you get it?

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