Marriage is a gift-A A +A
Thursday, October 17, 2013
TO GET married is every woman's dream.
Sheillah Vergara, a senior correspondent and news anchor of GMA Network, believes that until now, marriage is still important to a couple, as this goes along with commitment, harmony and growth to one's life.
"And as a Christian, marriage is a gift from God. It is already a plan, if a man and woman decided to live together, it should be blessed, that's how momentous this occasion for a woman like me," Vergara said.
For her, to be married to her beloved partner Rhegner Rubio, or fondly called Eg-Eg, in a jovial and intimate ceremony to be witnessed by their family and friends, is already a dream come true.
"When it comes to the ceremony, simple lang among gusto, not necessary na bongga. Ang importante naa kadtong mga tao na importante sa amoa. Simple but memorable," Vergara said.
When asked about her bridal gown, Vergara said all she wants is simple but elegant. As for the ornaments during the occasion, it will be their favorite colors -- red and blue.
Vergara and Rubio will get married this year. The news anchor refused to go into details as she wanted to keep their wedding private. The lovers have been into relationship for about seven years now.
Rubio earlier proposed to Vergara at the Sto. Rosario Parish, which she didn't expect, though she is thankful and relieved that they will finally get married soon. According to Rubio, this will be his gift for the woman he loves.
"I could tell that our relationship is different from the others. We are matured enough to face one of the important developmental phases in our life and that is marriage. We really value marriage," Vergara said.
Published in the Sun.Star Davao newspaper on October 18, 2013.