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hijacked.gif Jac I say DO IT!!! Joe will only believe that until he sees his gorgeous wife-to-be in some pics. What man wouldn't wanna see his lady all dolled up and lookin hot?
Thanks lady! I keep telling myself that! How could he think its dumb or not like it, if he's never had it!!!

Melissa thank you so much for sharing these! You have REALLY inspired me. I've even contacted these girls about doing a shoot for me!

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Thanks lady! I keep telling myself that! How could he think its dumb or not like it, if ants never had it!!!

Melissa thank you so much for sharing these! You have REALLY inspired me. I've even contacted these girls about doing a shoot for me!
I'm so happy to hear that. My FI thought it was a weird thing for me to do too. I'll get my book next week. I'll let you know what the skeptic says! As for me, I was a tiny bit hesitant as well, but I am SOOOOO happy I did it. It was really fun, and I love the pics. I will have them forever, but I won't have this body forever. :) You should totally do it!!! I am so happy I didn't let this opportunity pass me by.

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My book came in the mail! It's a beautiful, thick bound book. The pages are really thick, not at all like a snapfish or shutterfly book. It's sooooo nice! I'm going to give it to FI this weekend right before we leave. S&M.gif Ha! Just kidding!!!

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