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Hey everyone I wanted to thank you all for all your support back in september when my fiancee cancelled our wedding....you were all a big help to me..we were suppose to get married tomorrow Dec 12...but I am really ok with the fact that it isn't happening...My children and I just recently moved back home after spending a couple of months at my parents house....My ex-fiancee and I are back together...I want to take things slow and wait awhile before thinking about getting married...I dont want to rush into thing even though we've been together for 10 years....lol...as we all know planning a wedding can be stressful...anyways thanks for everything...good luck to everyone and Happy wedding planning!!!

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thanks for the update, I am happy you are able to work past it and have gotten back together.

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It sounds like things are going better, which is great. I think taking it slowly is a wonderful idea. We are all here for you!

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Although I wasn't here in September, I can image what you went through. I hope you the best of luck and hope that everything works out for you. Keep your head up and be strong...not only for you....but for your kids. Things will work out themselves. And like previous posted....keep us updated!

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Daina,

Great to hear that things are looking up and moving forward... Merry Christmas. Keep us posted as to any new developments.

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I'm so glad to hear things are going great for you. It sounds like a wonderful plan to take things slow...you know we are here for you (planning a DW or not!!) wink.gif

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Hey that's great! I'm sure it was a tough season for you, but I'm betting it made you stronger.... and hopefully will make your relationship stronger!

I hope your kids are doing well too.

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