Peter (30): She didn’t have time to say I do, our destiny parted

by Adéla Vocetková
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The destiny can be really erratic and cruel sometimes. One minute you’re looking forward to your marriage and the second your life breaks apart. How does it feel when you lose a woman you wanted to spend your life with the day of your marriage? Peter, who sent us his story via email, unfortunately knows the answer. He lost his love the day they were supposed to become a married couple.

The article was written based on the story of our reader. The photos are for illustration purposes only and the names of the people have been changed at the request of the reader.

We spent the night before apart

Even though Peter doesn’t really care about keeping traditions, his fiancé’s view was quite the opposite.

She wanted to keep all the traditions connected with wedding, such as throwing a bunch of flowers, sweeping broken plates, carrying the bride over the doorstep and spending the night before apart.

“We agreed that I would spend the night in our flat and she will stay at her girlfriend’s. When I kissed her goodbye that evening before our wedding, I would never think that it would be the last time I kiss her ever,” writes Peter and we are getting goose bumps from the words we read in his email.

We were supposed to meet by the wedding hall

“The wedding day was chaotic. My mom was helping me to set things up, she wanted everything to be perfect. I didn’t even have time to call my fiancé. All I knew was that she left early in the morning to get her hair and makeup done,” he explains how the preparations went.

“At about ten o’clock I received a text message from Mia saying that her makeup had been done and that she was on her way to her girlfriend’s to get dressed. That was the last message I had from her before the terrible shock came,” he writes in his email and we are already expecting an unpleasant twist in the story.

She was hit by a car

“After about an hour an unknown number called me. It was just a quarter of an hour before the wedding, we were all ready, waiting for a lady that should take us to the wedding hall. At first, I didn’t even want to pick it up, as I was nervously looking for Mia, who should’ve already joined us,” writes Peter in his email.

The call was from hospital Mia was taken to after an accident. She was hit by a car on the way from her friend.

Last year there were one thousand and two hundred accidents caused by pedestrians, 113 of which died. Unfortunately, one of them was Peter’s fiancé Mia.

They said she didn’t look around well enough

There was a lot of pain hidden in Peter’s email. Pain from the loss of a woman he loved and lost the day he was supposed to marry her. No-one would have expected that.

“I went to the hospital immediately, but before I gor there, it was too late. The doctors told me that she suffered from a head injury that was incompatible with life. The police said that she didn’t look around, the witnesses said that she was hurrying and that she wasn’t paying attention. She basically jumped under the car’s wheels and the driver had no chance to react,” explains Peter.

He ends his story saying that the day that was supposed to be the happiest of his life turned out to be the worst.

Author: Nicole Grease

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