"I understand that the bride and groom have written their own vows for one another?"
The pair nodded, their eyes never leaving one another.
"I believe that it is customary for the groom to go first?" the pastor asked, nodding towards Bruce.
The usually eloquent man took a deep breath to calm his nerves before speaking directly to his soon to be wife; "Harleen. You are single handedly the most irritating, frustrating, gorgeous and amazing woman that I have ever met. Your strength is only out-weighed by your kindness and the beauty of your complexity. I don't think that I'll ever truly understand you but I want to spend the rest of my life trying to. Now that I've met you, I could never imagine a day without you whether it be spent by your side or fighting with you, I don't care, I want to and I want you. I want to make you happy, I want to cheer up on rough days, I want to be near you always. I know that I don't say it to you as much as I should but I love you and even though you tell me that I saved from the life you led before hand, I think you might have actually saved me."