After your ceremony (whether performed by me or anyone else...) Check https://recorder.co.clark.nv.us/RecorderEcommerce/ to make sure your marriage certificate was received!
I just checked all the weddings I've officiated and all are good-to-go! Yay!
The number 12 is super lucky.
“The ‘go-getting’ 1 and the ‘sensitive’ 2 make this a very balanced number. 1 is the vibration of ‘new beginnings’ and starting things afresh. The 2 vibration is about seeking ‘balance’ and that’s certainly something that many will struggle with - balancing the bank balance, balancing the food and beverage intake, balancing the emotions … balancing in every way.”
What am I?
Well, I am not quite sure.
I started this whole wedding thing to help out "Budget Brides"---- the kind of Bride I will be one day in the future.
Nevada only allows Ministers to perform weddings, so I became an "Ordained Minister" through Universal Life.
Well, now that I am actually "doing" weddings I am questioning the big-picture of all of this. I am not a "religious-type", but it feels like I have some sort "Ministry of Marriage" running through me. Not the ministry of pre-marriage counseling and making couples question each other....But simply making sure every couple can legally be together through marriage, even if they don't have the funds for a big, fancy wedding.
I truly think everyone deserves love and to be able to show their love through the union of marriage....don't you?
So....back to the point of this blog....
As I was filling out my "title" on a wedding license tonight I thought....
What am I? .....
What is my Title? .....
n.1.a. The act of serving; ministration.
b. One that serves as a means; an instrumentality.
2.a. The profession, duties, and services of a minister.
b. The Christian clergy.
c. The period of service of a minister.
min·is·ter (mn-str)n. Abbr. Min.
1.a. One who is authorized to perform religious functions in a Christian church, especially a Protestant church.
b. Roman Catholic Church The superior in certain orders.
2. A high officer of state appointed to head an executive or administrative department of government.
3. An authorized diplomatic representative of a government, usually ranking next below an ambassador.
4. A person serving as an agent for another by carrying out specified orders or functions.
n.1. A Christian minister or priest having spiritual charge over a congregation or other group.
2. A layperson having spiritual charge over a person or group.
3. A shepherd.
n.One who performs a religious rite or presides over a religious service or ceremony.
rev·er·end (rvr-nd) adj.
1. Deserving reverence.
2. Relating to or characteristic of the clergy; clerical.
3. Reverend Abbr. Rev. Used as a title and form of address for certain clerics in many Christian churches.
cler·gy (klûrj)n. pl. cler·gies
The body of people ordained for religious service.
I guess I still don't know.
For now, I'll just be Pam. :)