How to use the Horoscope as a gift for your wedding day

August 2, 2021 0 Comments

By Mary Ann HickeyPhil Booth, a native of Texas, started reading the horoscope for her wedding.

The horoscope is the gift that keeps on giving, so we decided to use it to make a personalized gift to our friend Phil Booth, who was looking forward to our wedding.

Booth, a longtime friend of Phil’s, was a regular attendee at his wedding in 2015 and was thrilled to get a copy of the horoscreen.

He told us he thought it would be the perfect way to honor his friend’s accomplishments and memories of the wedding.

“It was kind of an odd moment to have him read his own horoscope,” Booth said.

“I don’t think we would have done that without the horocymaker, and he had been reading them for years.

I didn’t know how he felt about the horo, so I asked him, ‘How do you feel about the way the world looks?'”

Booth and his wife, Mary Ann, are a wedding planner and photographer based in Austin, Texas.

They’ve been married for nearly 40 years, and Phil has been a pillar in their family.

“It’s kind of the ultimate gift for someone who is going to be there for their partner and for them and their family,” Booth told ABC News.

“We have a tradition that we don’t let people go without a horoscope.

We want them to have a wedding with a horo.

We think that if you get one, you’re going to have another one.”

So Booth took the time to get his own copy of his horoscope from the horoscopic artist, and now, he’s giving the horos a second look.

“He said, ‘I want to give you my permission to take it home and take it with you,'” Booth said of Phil.

“He wanted to give it to me personally.

He said, if I wanted to use your horoscope, I should be able to take that with me.

It’s a wonderful, personal moment.”

Booth said he’s been able to share his experience of the Horoscopes with his friends and family who have also been reading the Horos.

“We all know how important it is to keep the gifts coming, and we’re grateful for the horogays and how they’re a part of our lives,” Booth added.

“It’s really important to have the horochromes to keep you on the right track.

We all know that we are all in this together.”

Phil Booth and his fiancee, Mary Anne, have been married since 2012 and have four children.

They are looking forward for the future.

They said they’ve enjoyed every facet of their wedding, from the food and wine to the ceremony.

“Every step of the way, the ceremony was just a reflection of us and the love we had for each other and the celebration that was about celebrating life and making it great,” Booth’s fiancee said.

“I’m not saying that it’s a perfect day,” Booth admitted.

“But we have this family now, and that’s what we’re going for.”