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good progress made tonight! i picked up some silk flowers and made corsages for the moms, and made little flower decorations for the tiki torches for the reception. feeling so crafty!

 

i also picked up my wedding band (the RIGHT one this time, hooray!!) and my e-ring after being polished.

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confession: i've been wearing both rings all night (FI is away on a business trip and no one can tell me to take it off, hee hee!). and i'll likely sleep with them on. just hope i remember to take off the wedding band before going to work tomorrow!! :) my last day of work before 2 weeks of PTO!

g'nite, all...

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Diane you crack me up! That's so great you got YOUR ring! Hooray! I love that you wore it all night & slept in it. Hopefully you remembered to take it off today or your coworkers will think they missed something wink.gif Good job on the corsages & tiki flowers!

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thanks, ladies. and i DID remember to take off the band before work today! (i miss it.)

 

lady di - we don't leave until wednesday. i just need the time to get things done. we'll be there from the 12th-22nd. FI and i are getting pretty darned excited! he was even looking forward to guacamole yesterday... at 9:30am!

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lol, i love guacamole! i am jealous that you are staying there for two weeks. we only are staying there for 6 days. it is ok, we are going back to Mexico in October for a DW and staying there for 6 days as well!

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It's my last day of work today too!!! I don't know how I'm going to make it through! We leave on Sunday for a week in Mexico, we come back for a week and have our AHR on the 21st and then take off on a last minute week long honeymoon on the 22nd or 23rd! That's THREE weeks off for me! WHOOP WHOOP!!

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