Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Tia Mowry Married

With all the bad news that makes the headlines it's pleasant to hear something that makes you smile. Case in point: Tia Mowry got married over the weekend.

You probably remember her best as the "brainy" twin from Sister, Sister. Re-runs of that show still play daily and it's nice to catch an episode when I can. She's still one of my favorite actresses.

Mowry married a fellow actor, Cory Hardict, from ABC Family's Lincoln Heights. She looks beautiful in her wedding gown and I wish her all the best in her marriage and career.

Lastly, I'll leave you with a quote by Mowry from a 2005 Today's Christian interview:


"Jesus Christ wants everybody to see that whether you're rich or poor, a doctor or a janitor, God sees us all the same and looks at our heart."



[Hat tip to MySpace Celebrity]

8 comments:

rain said...

Yea, it nice to hear something good about famous people now adays. It is weird how people don't make a HUGE DEAL about their Weddings only there Divorces. It sad that people just want to hear the bad news. Congrats Tia !

Brown Girl Gumbo said...

I am so happy for them!! They make such a beautiful couple.

That is a wonderful quote! :-)

SolShine7 said...

They are cute together.

Cinder-Single said...

That is so cool! To know she is married and starting a new life.. one thing is for sure she did not leave Yeshua out of it!!!

Miryam

SolShine7 said...

Miryam, you're so right! Yeshua makes a marriage strong we decide to put Him in the center of it all.

Anonymous said...

I like Tia Mowry don't get me wrong. But I am disgusted with her actions. I'm sorry but when someone professes Christ then strips down for a show or an album (anyone ever heard of the other professing Christian Beyonce?). I'm not judging, I'm just saying that when I try to tell people about Christ, they point to the people they feel are hypocrites like Mowry and Knowles. They make it hard to preach the gospel. Live how you want to live but leave Jesus out of it.

Anonymous said...

I agree totally! Their article in Christianity Today professiong their faith and unwillingness to compromise, is opposite of their actions today as seen in shows like "The Game" or the new sitcom "Roommates". It's really sad.

Anonymous said...

i agree too i used to really like them as actresses and as people and i thought god had a purpose for them to speak out but now that i see how hypocritical they are being i just pray really hard for them because they're making god feel so sad at how they are acting and im sure alot of their christian fans feel the same way...