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My Best Friend's Wedding

My best friend got married this past weekend. I have known her since college and she's one of those friends that you can not talk to for a long time, but then when you do talk it's like you pick up right where you left off.  She has a really bad potty mouth, so seeing her in a wedding dress looking so beautiful made me really happy. Come to think of it, this might be the first time I ever saw her wear makeup.

Day 165: The Princess Bride by you.

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Beth and Henry came as well.  The ceremony was on Friday and I was able to go (I wasn't officially invited, but I went anyway). Friday night Liz had everyone over for a pig roast at their house.  Saturday Beth and I took Henry for a long walk (much longer than we had planned) along the Cliff Walk and then past all of the mansions.

Newport is a great city and I can't wait to visit again.

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Day 166: Cliff Walk by you.


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  1. Please edit this post to mention how you tried to sabotage my makeup job by distracting me while I applied LAYER AFTER LAYER of foundation! Your pictures are pure professional and when you move up to this region to start your photography studio I'll be your first/best testimonial!! Love you xoxo

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