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Indeed. . have a good day!I love your special edition paper. . where are you 37 years later? .. certainly not hanging out with us. . I suspect you and your groom are celebrating your anniversary together . . just the two of you. Hooray for strong marriages. . many blessings to the two of you.
Happy Anniversary and thanks for letting me be included in your special day... in my pretty pink dress (which i still have!!) as the flower girl!!!
Love the picture.Congratulations on 37 years together. Have a happy day.
Happy Anniversary to you both on your 37th anniversary! Love the pic..
Happy Anniversary and I just tagged you! Check my site, please! God bless you! Carolyn
That is so cute and amazing.Have a great day.
Happy Anniversary and many blessings to you both. In today's world, a marriage surviving is a blessing.Best wishes for a long life together,Jeanne
Happy Anniversay - It was a special day indeed!! We were talking about you and your candle lighters last night. Celebrate well, we will raise one for you tonight!! Vern and Martha.
A very Happy Anniversary to you!! What a darling couple in the clever photo set-up!In our Farm Bureau Spokesman newspaper yesterday was an article about a group of Iowa farmers who recently visited a dairy farm near Vancouver.....Donia Farms in Surrey, B.C. Maybe that's near you, I'm not sure.There's an award waiting for you here:http://midlifebyfarmlight.blogspot.com/2008/07/awesome-thinking-awards.html*********God's blessings on your anniversary!
Oh that's so cute! Happy Anniversary to you both!!
That picture is adorable! Congrats on your anniversary. May you have many many more!
I love the the Special Edition....your both are just precious....Happy Anniversary!!
Happy Anniversary to you both. What a good looking couple of youngsters you were. And, the very warmest of congratulations on your 37 years of marriage - that is truly wonderful.
Love the photo Judy...such a good looking couple!Happy Aniversary and many more to come...be blessed.
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