Monday, March 26, 2018

Good woman marries TREE in Florida

Minyvonne Burke (; Dev, Kelly Ani, CC Liu (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly
The two brides served guests a tree-decorated wedding cake with the words 'Higher Love' on it

Marry me, Ficus. I love trees!
"If they cut down this tree, I'm going to be a widow": Two women "MARRY" giant ficus tree to stop city from cutting it down.
  • Two Florida women "married" a giant ficus tree at a Fort Myers, Florida park.
  • The tree has been in the park for more than a century, but city officials wanted to kill/cut it down because its roots extend to a neighboring lot, on sale for US $1 million.
  • In an effort to save the tree, Karen Cooper and Dana Foglesong decided to marry the tree at a ceremony in front of 50 people.
  • City spokeswoman Stephanie Schaffer said city officials are now moving forward to save their new husband.
A wedding ceremony in a Fort Myers, Florida park saw a couple that weren't your typical bride and groom on Saturday. More (Comments)

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