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“I felt like that calmed me down—I knew I was going to be marrying him.” For six years, Nicole has had lupus, an incurable inflammatory disease that causes the immune stem to attack its own tissues. The Lupus Foundation of America estimates that some 1.5 million Americans are living with the disease today, and for Nicole, her symptoms include joint pain, dizziness, fatigue and inflammation of her lungs and heart that get exacerbated with stress. Danny knew Nicole would have had a difficult time under the pressure of planning a wedding, so he gathered all of the ingredients for a spur-of-the-moment ceremony, such as getting a suit, picking out a wedding dress with Nicole’s mother, and having his father become ordained. All Nicole had to do, for a second time that night, was say “yes.” Instead of just saying “yes” once more, Nicole said it over and over again when Danny revealed his plan. “I’ve missed holidays and a ton of things because I’ve been sick,” she says. “I was so happy, and I was ready to marry him. I was just happy and not nervous anymore. He gave me this incredible option, to just take all of the stress away from me and he took all the stress on himself. ” Danny kept the secret under wraps so Nicole didn’t feel any pressure into agreeing to the ceremony that night. But now with the clock counting down, Nicole got prepared for the big night with the help of her family, who all pitched in to prepare her jewelry, shoes, makeup and hair. But of course, there was something else that had to be decided: who was going to be her maid of honor? Fortunately, her family had taken care of that too: Nicole’s brother agreed to be her Man of Honor.

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