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Don't ask me about locations on these, I don't know,  I just saw these photos and wanted to share :D

 

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A wife is bound as long as her husband is alive. But if her husband should fall asleep in death, she is free to be married to whomever she wants, only in the Lord. (1 Corinthians 7:39) . By @ecabral635

 

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Happy Anniversary baby! I love you! A whole year being your wife has made me so happy and fulfilled; and I can't wait for many more years to come, serving Jehovah by your side. ❤️

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Our Beautiful moments captured 7/19/09 By @krystal_karas

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ecua_gringo:

The best chapter in my life began on this date seven years ago. María Alegría ñukapak kuyani, te amo and I love you forever!

Deborita is her 'Spanish' name, Jung Sook in Korean but in our Quichua territory All call her María Alegría! 

 

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Mi vida que gran paso dimos juntitos gracias a Jehová, estoy tan feliz de estar a tu lado ? y haber tenido el gran privilegio de escuchar el discurso y de haber estado con los justitos jiji amigos y familia❤ te amo demasiado esposito?

Por @caa_ti_taa_

 

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