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Day 7

Despite my little boo boo, Day 7 seemed to be Meg's favorite gift (so far).

Day 7 featured a 3 frame picture frame and 3 1- where we met (Arcadia University), map 2- the address of our first apartment (where we got engaged), map 3-where we were married (Provincetown, MA).

The note attached to the frame said, "Wherever life takes us, I want to spend it with you!"

In case you were wondering what mistake I made, I accidentally wrote the wrong year for when we met...I was so preoccupied with getting the day correct that I wrote 2007 instead of 2003! Whoops!!


  1. Ok, I have to ask. Was it still Beaver College when you went there? Did that make you giggle? I remember when they changed the name thinking that it was probably a good idea, but I always wondered about the people who went there and whether it bothered them to have the whole name of their school changed.

    1. HAHA, actually my class was the first class at Arcadia University. It was Beaver College when I applied though!


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