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Old 12-23-2010, 07:51 AM   #501
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Old 12-23-2010, 08:02 AM   #502
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This is one we sent out with the Christmas cards and E-mailed to some of DW's friends. Admittedly I did some Photoshop work on the portrait and "squished" the tree to make it fit.
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Old 12-23-2010, 08:12 AM   #503
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Walt, you and your wife are a lovely couple! Merry Christmas.
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Old 12-23-2010, 08:14 AM   #504
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Great photo of you and DW, Walt!
Merry Christmas
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Great photo of you and DW, Walt!
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Where's YOUR pic of you and DW?
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Old 12-23-2010, 09:00 AM   #506
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This is one we sent out with the Christmas cards and E-mailed to some of DW's friends. Admittedly I did some Photoshop work on the portrait and "squished" the tree to make it fit.
Great picture Walt! You are a good looking couple. I love the way you're holding her hand.
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Old 12-23-2010, 09:29 AM   #507
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This is one we sent out with the Christmas cards and E-mailed to some of DW's friends. Admittedly I did some Photoshop work on the portrait and "squished" the tree to make it fit.
You look fantastic! .....Poor tree!
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Wow, you two make an adorable couple, Walt. You should post this on the remarriage thread to show remarriage happiness is an option for those who choose it.
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This is one we sent out with the Christmas cards and E-mailed to some of DW's friends. Admittedly I did some Photoshop work on the portrait and "squished" the tree to make it fit.
My goodness, you look like the Duke and Duchess of Somewhere! Not at all how I expected you to look.
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My goodness, you look like the Duke and Duchess of Somewhere! Not at all how I expected you to look.
Yeah, that's it.

Happy holidays, everyone.
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Loving all these photos - great pics everyone!
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Lovely photos of you folks!
Here's the Christmas parade we did as part of my 40th birthday weekend celebration. I didn't have much of a costume unfortunately.
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Lovely photos of you folks!
Here's the Christmas parade we did as part of my 40th birthday weekend celebration. I didn't have much of a costume unfortunately.
Looks like a very fun time! I think parades are the most fun when you are IN them.
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Me Kaley Maxine at pre cruise party.bmp

I'm on the left, blue jeans - we're at a pre-cruise party for the October 2010 Blues Cruise... this is what women in their 60s look like!
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....this is what attractive women in their 60s look like!
Fixed it for ya....
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Oh, and you added "attractive"! Thanks! OMG I'm not anonymous any more...
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Am I the only one that sees a red X?
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Am I the only one that sees a red X?
No, I see it too, but it's quite attractive
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LOL - but I see the photo, what is going on?
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Am I the only one that sees a red X?

Must be covering something good!
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