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I'm only taking 6 days off of work. Leaving Monday...getting married on Saturday and coming home on Monday. I don't think it's long enough...no time to relax after the big day. .....but, we're going to Italy for 2 weeks at the end of Sept., so that makes up for it.

 

Sarah ~ I'm getting excited for you too.....it's almost here! And, Sherri, you're not far behind Sarah.

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Originally Posted by mexicomelissa View Post
I was off for a whole month (minus 2 days - March 11th until today)
It's so tough getting back into things after being off for so long!
TOTALLY!!! I just cannot get into it today. And this is my second week back.

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I think it will be 7 days but I'll be on summer vacation but Erik has to work....so we are going to plan something for the following year when he has timeoff again.

I think we are going to spend our honeymoon in La Paz...I'm not sure though, Erik's planning it.

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right now we will be gone 2 weeks, 1 in mexico and 1 in hawaii. i keep saying that if neither of us are working (our work is project based), that we should stay in Hawaii longer! though if we're not working, we're not getting paid, so Hawaii may not be the best idea! what a dilema. actually, if we're not working, i'd be happy to be home and get the house all squared away!

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