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Ray & Sarah Wedding - Part 1


This is me pissed up - having a mid-do-changing session for todays wedding! Can't you tell I've been drinking!

OK - So I'm home for a few mins, having got changed for the night do I am now awaiting Fran & Simon's phone call to gert my arse out of the house and down to the spar for a lift back. Yorkie Stautes put (sensible bloke)

Will post photos - but beware - am listening to Green Day, Sissor Sisters and god alone knows what else! Am a bity on the tipsy side.........................

Comments

Angelina said…
I hope it went well, was it a big wedding? I want to know about all your plans when I visit.:) It's exciting! Can't wait to see photo's of your friends Wedding.:)

Cya!

Angie^-^v
MummaWalker said…
I don't have many photos sadly! My camrea is not too brilliant (I think I dropped it sometime and it's not been the same since). I should be able to get some copies of the GOOD photos later though! And yes, it was a HUGE do! You should see the inside of that Cathedrol! Catholic churchs are far from poor!

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