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  1. Ahhhh cute. I'm not married, but I have that same feeling so often...looking over at his messy hair and his freckles and thinking to myself, "I never thought I could feel like this about one person for this long". Best. Sleepovers. Ever. =]

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  2. aww! Don't worry about "going there"! You're a newlywed...you get a free pass to gush for at least two years :) It drives me nuts how they wake up looking completely ready for the day too. Unfair.

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  3. this is so sweet. U guys are cute! x P

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  4. I'm glad you decided to post this! I think it's adorable. If you're in love, you should totally share it! Congrats! <3

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  5. Hello lady! Following back. :) I loved this post. I've been having a lot of fun being married this year ... and I'm really excited about tomorrow because my boy and I are playing hooky all day.

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  6. I could gush and gush and GUSH... Hope this post holds me over for a while :)

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  7. every day that I wake and see my husband sleeping beside me I am grateful for him. 3.5 years ago a terrible tragedy struck when one of our best friends passed away in his sleep. To this day, I appreciate life SO much more

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  8. This is so adorable! I know exactly how you feel :)

    http://Heidi-likes.blogspot.co.uk

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  9. One of the best things about having a blog is you can write that stuff without worrying about seeing people roll their eyes at you.

    I made the mistake of telling my co-workers during a storm:

    Me: "There are little things I love about finally working so close to home..."
    Co-Worker: "What's that?"
    Me: "It's storming outside, I used to work 50 miles from home, and for the first time in a year - Bear and I are sharing thunder. " *Insert my ooglie eyes*
    Co-Worker: "What...the...seriously?"
    Me: "Er..."
    *Crickets* + *Rolled Eyes*

    Terds...they just don't understand ;)

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  10. EXACTLY! I love not seeing eyes roll at my gushy posts... God knows I do it, but only when I'm reading access amounts of gush. I hope I don't become THAT girl, ever, but somedays I just don't care and have to shout it out loud... I love my guy!
    Thanks for reading :)

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  11. So jealous of that but not in a "throwing out negativity to you" kind of way. lol I cannot wait to have the opportunity to say those things one day. Lately, I have been getting the mushy "can't wait to get married" feelings. I guess I am getting the itch!

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