Valentine Wedding: Tracy From California Looking Forward To Learning Luganda
Written by Nikki Karitas on February 17, 2021
Despite the setbacks the global pandemic has laid upon everything and everyone, effects whose scars will remain forever, ‘all that glitters is gold’ for Tracy.C. Thomas, a resident of California, United States who sees no mountains and humps in traveling for love.
Tracy rather found it a piece of cake to come to Uganda and physically say ‘I do’ to the love of her life, Michael Mbaziira Mayanja. Tracy and Mayanja tied the knot in a colorful valentine’s wedding that took place on February 12 2020 ahead of the renowned February 14 valentines’ day.
The black and red color-themed event took place at the National Registry of marriages, Georgian house (formerly as Amamu house) with a handful of entourage and witnesses in line with the standard operating procedures. The high-spirited Mayanja advised the incoming couples not to rush but rather to take one step at a time.
He admitted that their (Mayanja and Tracy) 3-year long-distance journey has been a thorny one but like they say, love has conquered all. Not many travel for love and a few can take this step. When asked what triggered her action, ‘’he stole my heart’’ is all the composed cheerful Tracy, sorry! Mrs. Mayanja could say.
The ring isn’t enough. Mrs. Mayanja will be an overseas resident no more. Very soon, her U.S accent is likely to flatten and she resorts to Mbaziira Mayanja’s local language because she is officially leaving California. She is settling in Uganda for a happy ever after. A toast to the couple.