Honeymooning at Sandals St. Lucia

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Well we are married now! Whoo! Honestly, the details of the wedding are already becoming a distant memory. We did have a lovely wedding and wish to say thank you to all those who helped us with it. It was even more beautiful than we dreamed it would be! Hopefully, we’ll be getting the photos back from the photographer soon so we can share those.

For now, St. lucia:

After leaving the for the airport around 3am, we boarded our plane and headed for St. Lucia. We spent the first few days just relaxing and enjoying the island.

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The later part of the week we spent our days mastering the art of windsurfing (easily the most exhausting sport ever).

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Don’t let these pictures fool you (you know because we look like pros and it seems so easy) the sails weighed a ton, two once they were covered in water. It took a lot of balance and strength. By the end of the week, John was pretty good and could actually make it go where he wanted it to. I, obviously the more athletic of the two, was a pro from the start had to be rescued by the employees because they were afraid I was going to drift into the rocks.

There was so much good food to choose from. We had everything from an authentic french meal to hamburgers. Here are some pics from our meal at Kimonos, the hibachi restaurant on our resort.

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Nightly, the resort provided entertainment. The ones pictured here were from the limbo and fire breathers night. It was pretty cool, even with the smell of kerosene lingering in the air.

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Overall it was a fantastic trip and we had a blast!

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Until next time!

-Ashlee & John

Introducing… The Class of 2013! Whoop!

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John and I have both officially graduated from Texas A&M University. He with a BS in Computer Science and myself with one in Industrial Distribution. I think we both see this moment as a little bitter sweet. It’s nice to be done with school but at the same time, we’re done with school! We’d like to say thanks to our families for their support, encouragement, and help in this manner. We love you all and are so excited to be moving on with the next chapter of our lives!

And without further ado, some shots from before and after the THREE hour ceremony:

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-Recent Grads John & Ashlee

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