Weddings are a truly wonderful experience for everyone involved, the bride, the groom, and of course, all of the family and friends that join the couple on their wedding day. It’s a day focused on the newly wed couple where they get to share their love for each other with everyone around them. People often want to relive their wedding day because it was such an amazing experience. But what happens when you can’t remember your wedding day? How are you supposed to relive it? Here is the story of Justice and Jeremy Stamper, and after reading this you’ll soon realize that Justice definitely found herself a keeper of a husband.
Jeremy & Justice met in Sunday school when they were only 10 years old.
After dating for some time, they were finally married on August 1st. They were married in the Smoky Mountains, where they also had their honeymoon.
But then just 19 days after their wedding, she was involved in a terrible car accident. She was headed to her aunt’s house to meet Jeremy after he got off work. While she sat there yielding at oncoming traffic, Justice was rear ended by a car going approximately 50MPH.
About a month after the accident, Justice confided in Jeremy. She let him know that she had lost 5 weeks of memory and could not remember their wedding day. She didn’t even know they were married.
Jeremy said, “I was heartbroken and instantly said I would do it all again for her.”
And that’s just what Jeremy is doing! On August 1st, they are going to get married again. This will mark their one year anniversary.
He said, “We want to take in those memories that most people take for granted. They go through it, but don’t cherish them like they should.”
“Hold onto them as if they’re the last things on Earth because if they go away, it’s terrible,” finished Jeremy.
Their new wedding day is quickly approaching. Jeremy set up a GoFundMe account in hopes of getting donations to help with the additional costs of a second wedding. At first, he set up the donation goal as $5,000, but they have nearly doubled that. Their wedding day will be here before they know it. And with all of the heart ache and turmoil they’ve had during their first year of marriage, this will be a wonderful way of “starting over”. She’ll remember this wedding for years to come and gets to relive one of the best days of her life.