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I've Been Tagged



I have been tagged by my blogging and Unity friend, Karen.

The challenge was to post the 6th picture in the 6th folder in my picture files.
•Open your photo folder on your computer
•Open the 6th folder of photos
•Select the 6th picture
•Post the picture on your blog with a description

The above picture is from my weekend anniversay trip to Cape May in 2007. My husband took me on a romantic weekend trip back to town where we were married. Must be a theme this weekend - Beach Weddings.

Taken in the gardens from the Southern Mansion, the bed and breakfast where we stayed. My memories of our anniversary are draped with much more relaxation than my memories of the weekend of our wedding. We were unfortunately too busy to really enjoy the atmosphere and beauty of the mansion.

We'll be doing a similar trip again this year, except we've decided to go somewhere in Vermont.

Alright, on with the tagging. Here are the rules for the tag:

•Invite six friends to join the challenge
•Link your six friends to your blog post
I will tag:
Jessica
Lindsey
Chelsea
Kristen
Proud Mom
Nancy Johnson

So there you go! The challenge is on....

Comments

Karen said…
Thanks for playing tag!! What fun to see everyone's pictures!!!
Pam said…
Thanks for the fun tag! Happy to play along!

Love your shot and the sweet story
Lindsey said…
I accept your tag! I just have to get home and use my computer with all my pictures on it:)
I wrote you a long note yesterday to post on your blog (on my phone) and then it wouldn't let me send it! Lame! It was a problem with my phone, not your blog. Stinky cheese.
I am mailing out your birthday gift tomorrow. Promise:)
Thanks for tagging me :) Off to post

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