They plan to marry again on August 1, 2015, and I am sure Justice will walk down the aisle having no doubts that the man at the end is really in it for the long haul.
“She finally came out and told me she did not remember the wedding,” Stamper of Bristol, Tennessee told ABC News.
But weddings are by no means cheap, and Jeremy is pleading with the online community to help his wife relive her dream wedding so the smitten young pair can move on and “have a memory that we both can talk about and reminisce without someone getting upset”. “We had our wedding, reception, and even honeymooned in the Smokey Mountains”.
Jeremy gushed: ‘We were at the top of the world, newlyweds and our whole lives head of us.’.
“We had big plans until August 20th 2014 just 19 days after the wedding”.
On August 20, Justice was traveling to her aunt’s house when she was rear-ended at a stop sign.
The 20-year-old Virginian – whose auto was hit so hard, it shot 50 feet to the right side of the road – was badly injured but miraculously survived the crash. Though the ceremony went off without a hitch, she was in a vehicle accident less than three weeks later that nearly killed her and left her with no memory from about five weeks before the day, reports WPXI.
The good news is that, though Justice continues to struggle with PTSD and lingering injuries from the accident, she now has something to look forward to: a second chance to make wedding memories.
“She didn’t even know we were married. She could not believe it. I promised her I would take care of her and now here we are, The Stamper Wedding Round 2”.
The newlyweds have so far raised about a third of their goal of AU$6531.
[Photo via KUTV screenshot].