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Before and After

We're talking before and after photos of us over on the SlowTalk Forums, so I thought I'd post my photos here for everyone to share.

Okay - so not as early as I would have liked (Chris and I were friends in HS), but here's a shot from early in our dating relationship in college.


And for fun (another before - lest you think we were stuffy)

Our Pinning Party

Flash forward a few years (maybe four or five):

Our Wedding

And finally:

Last Month in Vermont

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Barb Cabot:

I love these photos. When you can have this kind of history together it's a true gift. Just adorable early photos! You both should be so proud of your fitness. Wow!

Loved, loved, loved those photos! So great to follow you two through the years ... :)


Fab photos, Kim! I think I had that same semi-formal dress (but a less hunky boyfriend!)

Great photos Kim. Thanks for sharing. How long have you and Chris been married now?

Fun photos!! Love that big flower on your chest!

Kim [TypeKey Profile Page]:

Cindy Ruth, we're going on 19 years next month but we've known each other for about 31 years and have dated for almost 24 years. :)

Girasoli, it was that flower and that dress that convinced me wrist corsages are the way to go.

"When you can have this kind of history together it's a true gift. "

Oh, dear. The first time I read this I thought it said "takes true GRIT." ROTFL!

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