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vadaybride,have they taken the thread about the cousin off?i found it yesterday at work and wanted to respond when i was sat down but now i cant find it?

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raykel-- I can't wait to see pics!

 

Tricia- I will definatly bring you a swim suit cover up! :o)

 

timberly- I can't wait to see it with the new sexy shoes and yea for only 1 more week til legal day!

 

Susie- I would have been annoyed to! I hate that smokers get to take paid breaks and those who like our health are expected to keep working. For 2 years I carried a cigarette with me and after 6 months a supervisor said "I've never seen you smoke.. I said nope but i have a cigarette and deserve the paid break to" People HATED me after they had to start to punch out, but i made my point.

 

All Ladies--

I need your help. I love my FMIL like she is my own mother and i am stuggling to find them (her and my own mom) amazing xmas gifts. Any ideas?

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Shells - have fun shopping!

I would put up a tree, but btw the wedding and then the faimly stuff going on, plus me working through the holiday - I am so not feeling Christmas-ey this year! I have to get into the swing of things...maybe after this weekend.
I had a hard time getting into it xmas to this year, but tonight I had my FI take photos with me and our cats... to funny since one of them HATES to be held! I'll have to post them!

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Raykel honey you'll love your dress... and Timberly is right we need a pic or else you'll be sorry.. we'll hunt you down.

 

I am getting legally married home for a couple reasons, one the blood work, I bruise very easy and it takes two weeks to go away.. don't want that in my pictures. second reason is the paperwork to get married in Mexico, I have had my surname changed a number of times over the years, I was born out of wedlock (the word used to discribe the shame of a teen mom) so I had my mothers maiden name. Then she married I took her married name. Then I married and took my ex's name. I divorced and changed my name to my grandmother's maiden name... So yeah it get complicated.. I am going to have my 5th name change ...

Timmberly I am looking forward to seeing you in those red high heels..lol

Shells.. Glad the boy is home and you feeling you again

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Brooke you rebel you... I love that story with the cigarette.... i don't care if they were having a break... this woman was their grandmothers age... have some bloody respect!!!!!

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Brooke - that cigarette story is great! good for you - they were only mad because they knew you were right and were ticked you had them called on it!

 

Susie.....given the name changes - I totally get it. That is way to much hassle in Mexico.

 

Anyone still out there? Hello....llloooo....lloooo....

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Hellooo (*knock knock* sounds) I am here in the monitor...anyone out there?
Ok Raykel that was 3 am in the morning, I went back to bed and lucky sue slept until 8.30 this morning....

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raykel-- I can't wait to see pics!

Tricia- I will definatly bring you a swim suit cover up! :o)

timberly- I can't wait to see it with the new sexy shoes and yea for only 1 more week til legal day!

Susie- I would have been annoyed to! I hate that smokers get to take paid breaks and those who like our health are expected to keep working. For 2 years I carried a cigarette with me and after 6 months a supervisor said "I've never seen you smoke.. I said nope but i have a cigarette and deserve the paid break to" People HATED me after they had to start to punch out, but i made my point.

All Ladies--
I need your help. I love my FMIL like she is my own mother and i am stuggling to find them (her and my own mom) amazing xmas gifts. Any ideas?
I heard about a really cute gift idea that I am going to do for my mom and FMIL. I got a simple charm bracelet from our jeweler and I added one small charm with our wedding date on it. Then I got a bunch of peso coins when I went to Mexico (but maybe you could get them at the local bank) and asked them to put 4-5 on each charm bracelet. I thought it was a cute way for them to remember the wedding! And it looks pretty.

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Hey Timberly,

I will be in Vegas next weekend too....I will be thinking of you and sending good thoughts as you get hitched!

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