Nothing will stop us now

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Nothing gets between a bride and her Timmies.... or a bridesmaid for that matter. August 14, 2005, we got a little thirsty between the wedding and the pictures, as we drove by the Tim Hortons, we had the driver stop the car. The brand new Jen Larsen and I along with her sister went into the Restaurant, to the dismay and shaking heads of our husbands, but we NEEDED our Timmies. There were a lot of whispers and chuckles, when we went to pay for our order the young man at the register told us that the customer before us had taken care of the drink for the Lady in White. It was a fabulous day, with many great memories. Fun times at Tim Hortons

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