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SOL#19 – Day 12 – 25 Years

Look at these fresh faces kids, starting their lives out together, 25 years ago today. We'd dated from April of our freshman year in the college (1990), and in February of 1993, got engaged. My mother in law was NOT... Continue Reading →

#SOL18 – Day 12 – 24

24 years ago: Church of England ordains 1st 33 women priests Ace of Base's "The Sign" was the #1 song on the Billboard Top 40 My wife and I were married on this day, 24 years ago. I've felt old... Continue Reading →

#SOL17 Challenge – Day 12 – Annversary

23 years ago today, we got married. It was a cold, crisp winter Satuday. My mother-in-law was up in arms for months with "what if" questions. What if it snowed? What if it was too cold? What if people couldn't... Continue Reading →

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