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Couple from Congers, Nanuet Wed on Val Day

Vinu Thomas and Jisha Mathews were married on Valentine's Day at Clarkstown Town Hall by Town Clerk Justin Sweet. Jisha grew up in Congers, Vinu is from Nanuet. They plan to move to Princeton, NJ, where the bride works

 

Valentine's Day is a day of romance and love. No one showed their love better than those that chose to tie the knot on Feb. 14.

Vinu Thomas and Jisha Mathews were married on Valentine's Day at Clarkstown Town Hall by Town Clerk Justin Sweet.

Jisha grew up in Congers and Vinu is from Nanuet. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas will be moving to Princeton, New Jersey where the bride works.

William Demarest February 15, 2013 at 12:29 PM
Congratulations to the happy couple!
Rose Marie Raccioppi February 15, 2013 at 07:07 PM
...the day for ♥ To the newly weds... Where Love Is Known, A Saint Valentine's Day Ode Where love is known And destiny makes its call Now I want to take you away Bring you to that place Where there are no doubts Where only conviction and faith preside Where obstructions are but momentary That place within my arms Now I want to take you away Bring you to that place Where there are no doubts Where you feel the vastness and closeness Where an embrace holds and frees you Where you live the beauty you are Where love is known And destiny makes its call. Rose Marie Raccioppi Poet Laureate Orangetown, New York "The popular customs associated with Saint Valentine's Day undoubtedly had their origin in a conventional belief generally received in England and France during the Middle Ages, that on 14 February, i.e. half way through the second month of the year, the birds began to pair. Thus in Chaucer's Parliament of Foules we read: "For this was sent on Seynt Valentyne's day Whan every foul cometh ther to choose his mate." For this reason the day was looked upon as specially consecrated to lovers and as a proper occasion for writing love letters and sending lovers' tokens."* * From:http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/15254a.htm

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